Events

May
8
Sat
The Children @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 8 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present The Children | Written by Lucy Kirkwood | Directed by Stuart Halusz | Featuring Jenny Davis, Vivienne Garrett, Andrew Lewis

A star cast examines with humour, hope and courage, what it means to take responsibility for your past and do something big for the future.

Retired nuclear physicists Hazel (Jenny Davis) and Robin (Andrew Lewis) are living a quiet life in their British seaside cottage. Apart from the electricity rationing, daily radiation warnings and coastal erosion, everything with them is fine. Around them however, the world is in chaos, with the fallout of a nuclear power plant meltdown threatening their very existence. When old friend and colleague Rose (Vivienne Garrett) arrives unexpectedly, their future and past lives collide as they debate the present and the challenges they face.

I and You @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 8 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

THEATRE 180 present I and You | Written by Lauren Gunderson | Directed by Kate Cherr | Featuring Sophia Forrest and Darius Williams
Featuring two of the hottest young performers in WA today, this searingly good play burns with humanity amid a poetical call to arms for living your best life. The ending will leave you breathless; your heart bursting with love and hope.
Caroline (Sophia Forrest) hasn’t been at school for months – sick at home, she’s trapped in her bedroom with only Facebook, Twitter and Insta for company. When classmate Anthony (Darius Williams) arrives unexpectedly, spouting Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and brandishing an unfinished English Lit project he urgently needs her help with, she is less than impressed and rejects this intrusion into her damaged life. As they come together and reveal themselves through Whitman’s electric poetry and over waffle fries, they discover a connection far deeper than either of them could ever have imagined.

The Children @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 8 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present The Children | Written by Lucy Kirkwood | Directed by Stuart Halusz | Featuring Jenny Davis, Vivienne Garrett, Andrew Lewis

A star cast examines with humour, hope and courage, what it means to take responsibility for your past and do something big for the future.

Retired nuclear physicists Hazel (Jenny Davis) and Robin (Andrew Lewis) are living a quiet life in their British seaside cottage. Apart from the electricity rationing, daily radiation warnings and coastal erosion, everything with them is fine. Around them however, the world is in chaos, with the fallout of a nuclear power plant meltdown threatening their very existence. When old friend and colleague Rose (Vivienne Garrett) arrives unexpectedly, their future and past lives collide as they debate the present and the challenges they face.

May
10
Mon
I and You @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 10 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present I and You | Written by Lauren Gunderson | Directed by Kate Cherr | Featuring Sophia Forrest and Darius Williams
Featuring two of the hottest young performers in WA today, this searingly good play burns with humanity amid a poetical call to arms for living your best life. The ending will leave you breathless; your heart bursting with love and hope.
Caroline (Sophia Forrest) hasn’t been at school for months – sick at home, she’s trapped in her bedroom with only Facebook, Twitter and Insta for company. When classmate Anthony (Darius Williams) arrives unexpectedly, spouting Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and brandishing an unfinished English Lit project he urgently needs her help with, she is less than impressed and rejects this intrusion into her damaged life. As they come together and reveal themselves through Whitman’s electric poetry and over waffle fries, they discover a connection far deeper than either of them could ever have imagined.

The Children @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present The Children | Written by Lucy Kirkwood | Directed by Stuart Halusz | Featuring Jenny Davis, Vivienne Garrett, Andrew Lewis

A star cast examines with humour, hope and courage, what it means to take responsibility for your past and do something big for the future.

Retired nuclear physicists Hazel (Jenny Davis) and Robin (Andrew Lewis) are living a quiet life in their British seaside cottage. Apart from the electricity rationing, daily radiation warnings and coastal erosion, everything with them is fine. Around them however, the world is in chaos, with the fallout of a nuclear power plant meltdown threatening their very existence. When old friend and colleague Rose (Vivienne Garrett) arrives unexpectedly, their future and past lives collide as they debate the present and the challenges they face.

May
11
Tue
The Children @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present The Children | Written by Lucy Kirkwood | Directed by Stuart Halusz | Featuring Jenny Davis, Vivienne Garrett, Andrew Lewis

A star cast examines with humour, hope and courage, what it means to take responsibility for your past and do something big for the future.

Retired nuclear physicists Hazel (Jenny Davis) and Robin (Andrew Lewis) are living a quiet life in their British seaside cottage. Apart from the electricity rationing, daily radiation warnings and coastal erosion, everything with them is fine. Around them however, the world is in chaos, with the fallout of a nuclear power plant meltdown threatening their very existence. When old friend and colleague Rose (Vivienne Garrett) arrives unexpectedly, their future and past lives collide as they debate the present and the challenges they face.

I and You @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 11 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present I and You | Written by Lauren Gunderson | Directed by Kate Cherr | Featuring Sophia Forrest and Darius Williams
Featuring two of the hottest young performers in WA today, this searingly good play burns with humanity amid a poetical call to arms for living your best life. The ending will leave you breathless; your heart bursting with love and hope.
Caroline (Sophia Forrest) hasn’t been at school for months – sick at home, she’s trapped in her bedroom with only Facebook, Twitter and Insta for company. When classmate Anthony (Darius Williams) arrives unexpectedly, spouting Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and brandishing an unfinished English Lit project he urgently needs her help with, she is less than impressed and rejects this intrusion into her damaged life. As they come together and reveal themselves through Whitman’s electric poetry and over waffle fries, they discover a connection far deeper than either of them could ever have imagined.

May
12
Wed
I and You @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 12 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present I and You | Written by Lauren Gunderson | Directed by Kate Cherr | Featuring Sophia Forrest and Darius Williams
Featuring two of the hottest young performers in WA today, this searingly good play burns with humanity amid a poetical call to arms for living your best life. The ending will leave you breathless; your heart bursting with love and hope.
Caroline (Sophia Forrest) hasn’t been at school for months – sick at home, she’s trapped in her bedroom with only Facebook, Twitter and Insta for company. When classmate Anthony (Darius Williams) arrives unexpectedly, spouting Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and brandishing an unfinished English Lit project he urgently needs her help with, she is less than impressed and rejects this intrusion into her damaged life. As they come together and reveal themselves through Whitman’s electric poetry and over waffle fries, they discover a connection far deeper than either of them could ever have imagined.

The Children @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 12 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

THEATRE 180 present The Children | Written by Lucy Kirkwood | Directed by Stuart Halusz | Featuring Jenny Davis, Vivienne Garrett, Andrew Lewis

A star cast examines with humour, hope and courage, what it means to take responsibility for your past and do something big for the future.

Retired nuclear physicists Hazel (Jenny Davis) and Robin (Andrew Lewis) are living a quiet life in their British seaside cottage. Apart from the electricity rationing, daily radiation warnings and coastal erosion, everything with them is fine. Around them however, the world is in chaos, with the fallout of a nuclear power plant meltdown threatening their very existence. When old friend and colleague Rose (Vivienne Garrett) arrives unexpectedly, their future and past lives collide as they debate the present and the challenges they face.

I and You @ Lower Burt Memorial Hall, 38a St Georges Terrace, Perth
May 12 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

THEATRE 180 present I and You | Written by Lauren Gunderson | Directed by Kate Cherr | Featuring Sophia Forrest and Darius Williams
Featuring two of the hottest young performers in WA today, this searingly good play burns with humanity amid a poetical call to arms for living your best life. The ending will leave you breathless; your heart bursting with love and hope.
Caroline (Sophia Forrest) hasn’t been at school for months – sick at home, she’s trapped in her bedroom with only Facebook, Twitter and Insta for company. When classmate Anthony (Darius Williams) arrives unexpectedly, spouting Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and brandishing an unfinished English Lit project he urgently needs her help with, she is less than impressed and rejects this intrusion into her damaged life. As they come together and reveal themselves through Whitman’s electric poetry and over waffle fries, they discover a connection far deeper than either of them could ever have imagined.