About

Meg Ryan is looking for love on the internet. She finds a kind and thoughtful stranger in a chat room and instantly engages in flirty repartee. This show appears to be a romcom—it looks and feels like a romcom, and Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks are both charismatic and endearing rom-com heavyweights, right? Wrong.

The plot spirals, genre bends, and a camp, uncanny parody begins. Can authentic human emotion prevail in the age of the internet? Or are we too invested in cyberspace? And is that a good or a bad thing?

Part performance art, part theatre, You’ve Got Mail is a tight hour of laughs, so-bad-they’re-good Hollywood tropes, and cyberfeminism. Whether you love, hate, or know nothing about the movie it’s satirising, You’ve Got Mail is a weird and wild heck of a ride.

Presented by Sotto.

Image: Sarah Hadley

Cast & Creatives

Co-creators Sarah Hadley and Ang Collins
Designer Nicholas Fry
Live Composer Benjamin Freeman
Lighting Designer Martin Kinnane
Producer Georgie Adamson
With Ella Prince, Christopher Ratcliffe, Sophia Campion

Performance Times

Friday 26 April 10pm
Saturday 27 April 10pm

Pricing
Full $35
Under 35 $30
Concession $25

Book tickets to multiple Batch performances here.

Concession price available for all Centrelink Pensioner cards, full time Australian student cards and Veterans Affairs’ cards.