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MERRIGONGX PRESENTS MADE FROM SCRATCH : MULTI ARTFORM PERFORMANCES

Lucy Heffernan as Fairy Sprinkles

A fun midweek, online, lockdown edition of our multi-artform  performance night!  MERRIGONGX is bringing exciting, local, independent artists into audience’s homes on Wednesday  22 September at 7.30pm with an online showcase of their latest creative endeavors.  

This multi-artform performance night offers artists space and support to test new ideas, and is a  great way for the community to connect and support artists. The event will showcase 1.5 hrs of  new works from local artists across performance, stand-up comedy, script readings, music, dance  and anything in between. 

MC drag queen Space Horse will host the online line-up: 

 Writer and maker David Molloy presents an excerpt from his radical new play Farewell To  Arms: A Lovecraftian Sex Romp. This reading will give you a glimpse into David’s riotous,  taboo-busting horror comedy with a sex-positive twist.   Continue reading MERRIGONGX PRESENTS MADE FROM SCRATCH : MULTI ARTFORM PERFORMANCES

MATRIARK THEATRE PRESENTS GODFACE @ 107 PROJECTS Inc REDFERN

Above- Jesse Northam with puppet. Featured- Murray Lambert and Sam Flack. Photos by Alinta Haydock-Burton.
Above- Jesse Northam with puppet. Featured- Murray Lambert and Sam Flack. Photos by Alinta Haydock-Burton.

The Holy City of Godface : built by gods, ruled by gods, populated by gods.

Seventy minutes, the length of this play, may not seem like a long time to spend on stage, but for the five cast members of

GODFACE, it must have seemed like an eternity. Not only do they have to play many human characters, they must also bring a myriad of puppet characters to life. The four male actors who work the puppets have to embody several different animals – supplying the voices while controlling their entire body movements. Continue reading MATRIARK THEATRE PRESENTS GODFACE @ 107 PROJECTS Inc REDFERN

Godface @ The Old 505 Theatre

As part of Experimental Fleshworks at Old 505.

What the Hell was that? As my friend and I reeled down the 5 flights of stairs from the Old 505 theatre we just kept repeating, what the hell was that? I loved it but what the Hell was it? It was really really good but what in the name of all the Gods was it? By the time we hit the street we had worked it out. It was brilliant, funny, emotional, experiential physical theatre beyond definition.

In a weird place, deserted and formless we meet a mortal, Pippa, who is seduced into running for the elected position of God in a secluded wasteland city called GODFACE. At first reticent, the deal is sealed when immortality is dangled like dust flutters before her. Her main rival is Swansee, who will erode Pippa’s ideals enough that she will bury her real self. Will the true Pippa survive to rise Godlike from the floor? Continue reading Godface @ The Old 505 Theatre