“Surprising and very thought-provoking… accessible and personal… moving and thrilling.” – WhatsonSydney
“Intriguing storyline that keeps you wanting more… a tight ensemble…beautifully composed performances that won’t disappoint” – Theatre Junkies
Don’t miss your chance to see Justin Fleming’s “A Land Beyond the River” and “Junction” – part of the StoryLines festival, moving from NIDA’s Parade Theatre to the Bondi Pavilion next week and playing until 17 August as a double bill – 10, 14, 15, 17 August at 8pm
These are world premieres by one of Australia’s finest playwrights, presented by bAKEHOUSE Theatre in association with the Tamarama Rock Surfers.
- With the Voices and Visions art exhibition featuring work by Indigenous and refugee artists (including Villawood detainees);
- Special Gala fundraiser for Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation August 9th 7pmfeaturing Junction, art, Indigenous music and dance; and
- Fundraiser for South Sudan Educates Girls August 16, 7pm featuring Land Beyond the River, art, African music and dance.
PLUS – on alternate nights of 8, 11 and 18 August and the full week 21-25 August at 8pm, the special new staging of Justin Fleming’s Coup d’Etat.
“A riveting political thriller that had the audience listening intently on the edge of their seats… an explosively powerful play… this gripping, enthralling work that forces us to question and examine the very fabric of contemporary society.” – Sydney Arts Guide (2011 )
We have a limited number of free double passes to the GALA OPENING NIGHT Wed 8 August – includes refreshments, music, dance and the Voices & Visions art exhibition (see above)
To win, email win
Visit: www.rocksurfers.org/2012/04/story-lines-2012 or www.storylines2012.blogspot.com.au