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World Premiere
Presented by Arts House

6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, Fri 8 Jun
6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, Sat 9 Jun
2.30pm, 3pm, 3.30pm, 4pm, Sun 10 Jun
6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, Thu 14 Jun
6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, Fri 15 Jun
6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, Sat 16 Jun
2.30pm, 3pm, 3.30pm, 4pm, Sun 17 Jun

Allow 30 mins
$35 / $30 / $25

Arts House
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
North Melbourne

This is work is created by children for adults. It is a one-on-one installation that is designed to be experienced alone.

Children under the age of 14 are not permitted to enter the theatre.

This work has haze and strobe lighting.

Exhibition:
LONE will open as a promenade exhibition on Wednesday 13 June, 1 – 4pm. All eleven rooms will be open to enter and listen to the monologues written and recorded by the St Martins ensemble.

The exhibition is free to attend.

Accessibility:

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Wheelchair Accessible
Audio Description – 3pm, Sun 10 Jun – To make bookings, please contact Nilgun on 0401 141 294 or makmop@rocketmail.com

Show Programs:
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THE RABBLE collaborate with eleven children between the ages of 8 and 11 to create a beautiful and delicate performance installation to be experienced alone.

The young performers are asked to imagine a room designed for the audience to inhabit the space alone. Audience members are asked to navigate this imagined world, perhaps eventually catching a glimpse of their own childhood.

LONE is a thoughtful and gentle work that asks an audience to explore ideas of aloneness and loneliness as they intersect with childhood and adulthood.

Creators:
Emma Valente, Kate Davis
Set & Costume Designer:
Kate Davis
Lighting & Sound Designer:
Emma Valente
Producer:
Tahni Froudist

 

Stage Manager:
Cass Fumi
Associate Artist:
Katrina Cornwell
Performers:
The St Martins Ensemble

Supported by – Arts House through CultureLAB and the Bensen Family Foundation. St Martins is assisted by the Australian Government through Australia Council, it’s arts funding and advisory body; the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria; and the City of Melbourne through the 2018-20 Arts Grant Program
Image by – David Paterson