Tickets fully refundable per our Covid policy below*
Who would have thought keeping the faith could be so hard?
Ray Cohen is on top of the world. His daughter is engaged to a nice Jewish doctor, his wife loves him and he's a shoo-in for a big architectural contract. Then, in walk his future in-laws. By the end of lunch, he's lost the contract, his daughter is no longer Jewish, and his wife is going to kill him.
7 - 22 august 2021
phoenix theatre, elwood
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We are all adapting to our new COVID normal world, and our performances will be subject to COVID Safe protocols to ensure the health and safety of those involved. As the COVID situation and requirements are constantly changing, Saltpillar Theatre and Elwood College are regularly reviewing the protocols to apply at performances and if necessary, will be providing final and up to date details closer to show time.
FLEXIBLE TICKET POLICY
We want to make your return to theatre and Saltpillar as easy and stress-free as possible. We know that asking you to book with us after all that has happened since the start of 2020 is asking you to take a leap of faith, but you know we will ALWAYS do the right thing by our audiences, who have so loyally supported us. We want you to have peace of mind when you book your tickets, so have introduced the following ticketing policy. If any show is cancelled, or if you are prevented from attending a performance due to a COVID related issue (eg. if you are experiencing COVID symptoms, are notified that you are a ‘close contact’ or are subject to some form of quarantine or lockdown) you will be given the option to change your tickets to a later show (where safe and subject to availability) or receive a full refund of your ticket price.