HotHouse Theatre presents a Griffin Theatre Company production.
“No matter what was going on in my life, if I just sat with my grandmother, just sat next to her, I felt instant calm, instant safety.”
In 1948, Angela left Malta. Having gathered up five children, she left poverty and the war behind. In Surry Hills, she could build a bright new life.
Back in Malta, someone else has made a journey. Paul Capsis is walking home.
A journey that begins at a kitchen table becomes a portrait of a whole generation. Told simply and truthfully, Angela’s Kitchen is an evocative piece of autobiographical theatre from one of Australia’s most versatile performers.