IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK…? – GLOW WINTER ARTS FESTIVAL (17-20 AUGUST)

IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK…? – GLOW WINTER ARTS FESTIVAL (17-20 AUGUST)

BY DISLOCATE FOR THE 2017 GLOW WINTER ARTS FESTIVAL

An intricate mesh of slapstick theatre, astonishing circus skills and powerful story-telling, If These Walls Could Talk..? brings to life the stories inhabiting a single apartment – a place of birth and death, joy and despair, the mundane and the beautiful – as lived by six generations of tenants. Bristling with humour, physical prowess and deep theatrical ambition, this is an affecting portrayal of life, mortality and the things we leave behind—an astonishing, affecting new work from one of Australia’s foremost independent physical theatre companies.

Dislocate is an independent ensemble founded by Kate Fryer and Geoff Dunstan. They sought to establish a vehicle to create physical theatre that broke boundaries and was visually exciting. Their productions contain a mix of circus, satirical comedy, romance and movement and they have enthralled audiences around the world. The collaborative ensemble is committed to training and the evolution of well-honed skills, building these into new and risk taking areas of performance.

This performance contains adult themes.

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17-20 August
Time: 8pm, Sunday 6pm
Tickets: $35 Full, $30 Concession (+transaction fee)

Duration: Act 1: 70 minutes (No interval)

Seating: General Admission. Please make sure you arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the performance start time. The performance has a strict ‘Lockout Policy’, latecomers will not be permitted.

Please Note: To ensure the safety and integrity of the performance, if you choose to exit the theatre you will only be permitted to re-enter at the discretion of the front of house supervisor. Entry will only be permitted during suitable break in the performance.

If you require wheelchair access, please call our Box Office on 03 8290 7000.

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