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Batch Festival 2019
 

Guess who's back? Batch is back. 

Griffin Theatre Company returns with a three-week fiesta of the freshest, wildest and most inventive new shows in Sydney. An exciting crop of storytellers, poets, comedy artists and non-traditional performance makers will take over the iconic Stables stage—and when it all gets too exciting you can refresh yourself with hand-crafted beers care of Batch Brewing Co.

Featuring: 

You’re Safe until 2024 by David Finnigan

Book Club for Reclusive Dance Hall Queens by Rebekah Robertson

You’ve Got Mail by Ang Collins & Sarah Hadley

A Little History Play by Caleb Lewis

Unite Project by Todd Fuller

Me and My Mother, Singing by Oleg Pupovac

Lady Tabouli by James Elazzi

Tales of an Afronaut by wāni Le Frère

Lou Wall’s Drag Race by Lou Wall

Don’t Knock Your Granny by Older Women’s Theatre Network

Never Let Me Go by Adriano Cappelletta

Sauvage (Wild) by Aanisa Vylet

Grumble ‘N’ Friends by Betty Grumble

Never Trust a Creative City by Too Rude (Emma McManus & Maria White)

Browse the full program: https://griffintheatre.com.au/festivals/batch-festival-2019/

 

Venue: SBW Stables Theatre, 10 Nimrod St, Kings Cross
Dates: Friday 26 April 2019 – Saturday 11 May 2019
Bookings: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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