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The Hatpin

@ Blue Elephant Theatre, London

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The Hatpin

An Award-Winning Musical, brought to the UK for the first time

Amber Murray gives up her son to the wealthy Makin family in the belief that he will have a better life. When she is unable to visit him, her suspicions are aroused. Refusing to be brushed off with excuses, she begins to look more closely into the family she has entrusted with her son. The Hatpin is about being brave enough to find the truth, and then having the strength to face it.

One of the most shocking and influential trials in Australian history inspires this haunting musical, receiving its European premiere at the Blue Elephant.

Described as “a must see” and “a landmark moment in Australian musical theatre” by The Sydney Morning Herald when it was first produced, The Hatpin is directed by Ricky Dukes, named Fringe Report’s Best Artistic Director earlier this year.