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A Hundred Words for Snow
 

Gavin Roach will present the Australian premiere of A Hundred Words for Snow, at Marrickville’s Flight Path Theatre from 11th  to 23rd May. Starring solo performer and Green Room-award winner Erin Pattinson (Flesh Coloured Panties), A Hundred Words for Snow is an epic, coming-of-age story, about being an explorer in a melting world.

Rory's dad was an explorer. Well, not literally. Literally, he was a geography teacher. But inside, she knows, he was Bear Grylls. And when he dies suddenly in an accident, Rory knows she needs to make one last expedition. With a plastic compass and Dad's ashes at her side, Rory sets off in the footsteps of all the dead beardy explorers before her, to get Dad to the North Pole. Before Mum finds out they've gone.

Written by UK playwright and director Tatty Hennessy, who travelled to the Arctic Circle on a research trip, this one-person play earned acclaim across the UK.

 

Event details

Venue: The Addison Road Community Centre
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Flight Path Theatre is a theatre space located at the Addison Road Community Centre in the heart of Marrickville in Sydney. The theatre building, originally constructed as army barracks, has been used as a theatre space for many decades. In operation since July 2019, Flight Path Theatre continues to offer a platform for independent productions in the Inner West, making meaningful connections by creating and hosting events that bring community together.


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