Waterloo

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Ticket prices: $24.00 to $28.00

Full Price:

$24.00 to $28.00

Group (6+):

$25.00

Companion Card:

$0.00

Friends Frenzy:

$17.00 to $20.00

Preview:

$24.00

Prices may not be available on all sessions.

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Duration: 60 min

Performance accessibility

  • Auslan Interpretation
    22 Jan 9pm
  • Relaxed Performance
    22 Jan 9pm

1 Venue

The Studio at The Blue Room Theatre

53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, WA, 6003

Minors cannot attend this show.

Suitability and warnings: 18+ (Restricted)

Coarse Language:

Occasional

Nudity:

Mild

Other Warnings:

Loud Noises, Smoke Effects, Depicts Violence

Please note:

This show features replica weapons and has themes of war and violence.

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.

About this event

For the past four years Bron has had an intimate friendship with a high ranking military official. He's a right-wing, cigar smoking, Margaret Thatcher loving conservative and she's a lefty, greens voting, almost vegan performance artist. This is their story.

In the fraught age of Brexit, Trump and the world-wide division between right and left, Waterloo asks: what happens when you break enemy lines?

"Far more than a tale about unlikely lovers... Astonishing" ★★★★ Time Out

WINNER: Summerhall Edinburgh Fringe Touring Award, Melbourne Fringe 2019
WINNER: Arts House Evolution Award, Melbourne Fringe 2019
NOMINATED: Best Theatre, Melbourne Fringe 2019

Presented by:
The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights and Bron Batten

Bron Batten is a Melbourne based artist, producer and performer. Her award-winning pieces have been presented at venues and festivals such as The Soho Theatre London, Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland, The Neo Futurists Theatre Chicago, Komedia Brighton UK, The Royal Vauxhall Tavern London, La Puta Calle Paris, The Prague Quadrennial Czech Republic, The Performing Arts Festival Berlin, The Turda International Theatre Festival Romania, The Festival Of Live Art (FOLA), Darwin Festival, Brisbane Festival, Dark MOFO, Next Wave and Falls Festival in Lorne
and Tasmania.

Bron has received funding from The Australia Council and the Ian Potter Foundation to undertake professional development and performance training in Glasgow, London and Avignon.

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