House's Appalling Behaviour at SALT

SHOW: Stephen House will also host a workshop while in Port Lincoln for the festival. Picture: supplied.

SHOW: Stephen House will also host a workshop while in Port Lincoln for the festival. Picture: supplied.

AWARD-WINNING playwright, poet and performer Stephen House is bringing his show, Appalling Behaviour to Port Lincoln for SALT Festival.

Awgie Award winning playwright and Greenroom nominated actor and Appalling Behaviour writer and performer, House takes you on an unforgettable journey into the seedy Paris underworld.

From the banks of the Seine River to all night hidden clubs, this poetic performance about a man living on the edge will keep you thinking long after you leave.

Appalling Behaviour is directed by Justin McGuinness with music/sound by Peter Neilson.

House will be performing his show at the Salt Shaker on April 26 and 27 and will also host a workshop.

Tickets can be purchased from the SALT Festival website.

Cost is $27.55 or $17.35 for concession.

For more information on SALT Festival, the program or to purchase tickets visit https://www.saltfestival.com.au/