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The Thespian Theatre Company presents The Invisible Sword

Old, seeded memories mixed with shackle-binding traditions have become rooted in our daily beliefs. We have become very clever at masking our indifferences, but have we ever truly accepted them? 

The Invisible Sword is an age-old love story, but the question to be asked is - does love truly conquer all?

"We are made good, we are made to love and sometimes at night, we dream..."

Inspired by Clark Baini and adapted and written by Cèline Khoury, Paul Caccamo and Glen Kalem. Directed by Glen Kalem.


Event details

Venue: Richmond Theatrette
Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=733043&

General admission - $30


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