The Girls in Grey By Carolyn Bock and Helen Hopkins

Shortlisted for the National Play Festival and included on the VCE Drama Curriculum for 2012, The Girls in Grey is set within the vast landscape of World War One.

Three Australian nurses leave for the front to prove their worth and find adventure. There they experience the tragedy of a war that irrevocably changes the world. In a story woven from eyewitness accounts, comes a poetic and stark interpretation of commitment and courage.

Brought to the stage by some of Melbourne’s finest theatre practitioners and lauded by historians as deeply authentic and moving, this inspirational play brings the voices of the nurses into the interpretive world of theatre, in a vivid and candid retelling of life on active service.

25 April – 13 May 2012

Wed – Sat 8pm, Sun 5pm

Matinees: Wed and Thur 11:30am (excluding 25 April)

Tickets: $28 Full, $20 Concession, Grps 10+ (+ bf) and School groups (+ $1 bf per student. One comp. ticket per teacher for every 10 students)

Bookings: 03 9534 3388 or

Theatre Works: 14 Acland Street, St Kilda

To win 1 of 2 double passes for 8pm performance on April 27th 2012  please email: [email protected] with the answer to this question: Which war is "The Girls In Grey" set?