Afterlife Club

After Lateral’s public events, the star of the show likes to sit back and relax, joined by a few members of the audience, have a little antipasti, some rather good wine and discuss anything and everything. You could call this a Meet & Greet and that is how it started, but it has evolved into a much more personal, more intermate occasion where everyone gets to ask their questions and exchange their views in a relaxed atmosphere.

Afterlife Tickets include the very best seats in the theatre, normally in the front eight rows, a personally signed book or Official Program, antipasti, wine, beer or soft drinks and each guest has a photograph with the star taken by our professional photographer. Admission is restricted to a maximum of forty guests.

It’s a great way to end the evening.


POST-SHOW VIP ‘AFTERLIFE CLUB’ MASSIMO BOTTURA 2019

The world renowned chef Massimo Bottura has accepted Lateral Event’s invitation to collaborate in a ground-breaking public show to be toured in theatres across Australia in August 2019. The charisma, energy, charm, boundless creativity and determination to challenge are reasons enough for Massimo Bottura to be the world’s most in-demand chef. His restaurant, Osteria Francescana, has three […]

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POST-SHOW VIP ‘AFTERLIFE CLUB’ BILL BRYSON 2019

Best known for his wickedly sassy travel books, Bill Bryson undertook the gigantean task of providing a layman’s take on science in the best-selling ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’. For the past three years Bill Bryson has been taking a good long look at the human body. The result; his latest soon-to-be-released tome ‘The […]

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POST-SHOW VIP ‘AFTERLIFE CLUB’ SIR MICHAEL PALIN 2018

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Sir Michael Palin – former Monty Python stalwart and much-loved television globe-trotter – appears live on stage with a show which brings to life the world and voyages of HMS Erebus; from its construction in the naval dockyards of Pembroke, to the part it and HMS Terror played in Ross’s Antarctic expedition of 1839–43, to its abandonment during Franklin’s ill-fated Arctic expedition, and to its final rediscovery on the seabed in Queen Maud Gulf in 2014.

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