Stuart Bowden is an Australian theatre maker currently based in Melbourne. He has created and performed a series of six solo shows; When Our Molecules Meet Again Let’s Hope They Remember What to Do, Wilting in Reverse, Before Us, She Was Probably Not a Robot, The Beast and The World Holds Everyone Apart, Apart from Us. He has toured his work extensively both internationally and nationally including presentation at Soho Theatre London, Battersea Arts Centre, The MAC Theatre Belfast, Bristol Old Vic, Contact Theatre Manchester, SAND Festival Kristiansand Norway, Rådstua Teaterhus Tromsø Norway, KakiSeni Festival Kuala Lumpur; and nationally at Malthouse Theatre, Belvoir, The Arts Centre Melbourne and the Powerhouse as part of Brisbane Festival.
When Our Molecules Meet Again* Let's Hope They Remember What To Do (*Probably in Space)
There is a thing far away in distant space. It's hard to imagine, but it is a majestic animal that completely dominates its environment. It doesn't know what it's actually supposed to be doing. It has developed some very exciting things though, like little candles, disc brakes, really big novelty pencils, tinsel, yoghurt, satchels and clamps, to name a few.
A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of lo-fi, off-beat, music-infused solo storytelling. This is a strange, chaotic, bewildering, joyful, uplifting and moving experience, with dancing, little Casio keyboards and sing-a-longs.
"Bowden is an isolated fringe species who defies theatrical logic and description" ★★★★★ Adelaide Advertiser
The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights & Don't Be Lonely
The Blue Room Theatre's Summer Nights is the handcrafted season of theatre, dance and performance that takes over The Blue Room Theatre and State Theatre Centre of Western Australia during FRINGE WORLD. Grab a drink at our bar, kick back with artists & friends, and enjoy some of the most exciting work from around Australia and the world.
53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, 6003, WA
The Don Russell Performing Arts Centre is a modern, universally accessible and self contained venue close to public transport and free parking. The Foyer is fitted with comfortable furniture and places to mingle with access to toilets and food dispenser. Close to shopping centre, ATMs and eateries. The Auditorium is a fully equipped theatre and tiered seating. Modern audio and lighting systems and stage. A backstage area featuring dressing room with full amenities and easy drive in loading bay.
Don Russell Performing Arts, Lot 13, Murdoch Road, Thornlie, 6108, WA