THE GODS THE GODS THE GODS

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Ticket prices: $20.00 to $30.00

Full Price:

$20.00 to $30.00

Preview:

$20.00

Companion Card:

$0.00

Friends Frenzy:

$21.00

Group (6+):

$27.00

Prices may not be available on all sessions.

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Duration: 75 min

1 Venue

Lotterywest De Parel Spiegeltent at The Woodside Pleasure Garden

Russell Square, James St, Northbridge, WA, 6003

Minors can only attend this show at this venue with a parent or legal guardian.

Suitability and warnings: M

Other Warnings:

Loud Noises, Smoke Effects, Strobe Lighting

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

Take your Fringe experience up a notch. Think first-date-friendly shows or ones to check out with your work pals.

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About this event

THE GODS THE GODS THE GODS is a loud, raucous, sweaty piece of storytelling and music. Following the award-winning shows ORPHEUS and EURYDICE, The Flanagan Collective & Gobbledigook Theatre return with a new, loud, late night show full of heart, soul and soaring music. It's a show about ancient mythologies and our day-to-day lives, about where we look for help with the big stuff and the little stuff. Come join us late night for a piece of theatre fused with big beats, bold moves and spoken word.

Winner Best Theatre 2019 (EURYDICE) Adelaide Fringe
Winner Best Theatre Weekly 2018 (ORPHEUS) Adelaide Fringe
Winner Best In Music 2019 (ORPHEUS & EURYDICE) Sydney Fringe
Winner Best Theatre Weekly 2019 (ORPHEUS) FRINGE WORLD

Presented by:
The Flanagan Collective & Gobbledigook Theatre

Started in 2010 by Producer Phil Grainger and Writer David Jarman, Gobbledigook have gained a reputation for their high energy, immersive theatre, both in community shows, and professional productions. In the last three years they have produced Alice in Wonderland (York Theatre Royal, 2015) and The Wind in the Willows (Bolton Abbey, 2016), as large-scale, outdoor promenade shows.

The Flanagan Collective is an international award-winning cross-genre arts collective based in North Yorkshire, UK. Since 2011 The Flanagan Collective has been creating new opportunities for performers to test new work, form collaborations and embrace new models of theatre-making. They perform their work locally, nationally and internationally, including England, Scotland, Hungary, USA and Australia.

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This show invites audiences to stand and move to the music. Seats can be provided for patrons that require them.

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