Ensemble Theatre’s best-selling play, Killing Katie: Confessions of a Book Club is on now – promising a night of delicious dark comedy.
Having been postponed due to restrictions, Killing Kate: Confessions of a Book Club is finally having its long anticipated run at the wonderful Ensemble Theatre in Kirribilli.
It will appeal to lovers of dark comedy – and anyone who’s ever been in a Book Club!
‘When former Queen Bee of the book club Robyn (Kate Raison) publishes her first novel, the truth about the death of her nemesis, the free-spirited Katie (Chantelle Jamieson), begins to unravel. Female friendships are tested in this laugh-out-loud, brutally honest, new comedy.
When Katie is invited to join the group, Robyn’s once steady kingdom is rocked by her exuberance and carefree honesty. Katie is next-level annoying, and Robyn swiftly sets about enacting a plan to eject her from her precious book club, with shocking and unexpected consequences.
KILLING KATIE re-opens the book on female alliances, guilt and the mysterious forces that can either make or break a friendship group.’
KILLING KATIE: CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK CLUB
Where: Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli
When: Until 26 Feb 2022 Opening night 18 January
In Season tickets $79, Seniors $76, Pensioner $72
90 mins (no interval)