Occurs every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Play by Stephen Carleton
Memory can be a real drag. Russell's ghosts were kind of at rest. He was at peace with it all; his mother disappearing when he was eight, being raised by Neville - a stalwart of the semi-racist no-nonsense Regional Right. Not knowing who his biological father was.
It's Darwin, 2001, and Russell and his partner Alistair have transformed Russell's childhood home into the 'Tectonic Plate'; 'hip urban cafe and art gallery by day, queer cabaret dive by night'.
JOINT US FOR THE Q&A'S
11th June following the evening performance
12th June following the Matinee