Metaphysics at Gunpoint at ART HOUSE

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Friday 28 September , 9:40 pm – 10.00pm

Softys 20 Maitland Rd, Islington NSW, Australia
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“How can I get out of here?”

“Dance. Without moving.”


Tina accidentally imprisons herself. She appeals to a passing stranger for help, but he answers in riddles.  Tina grapples with these baffling instructions in the hope that the answers will set her free.

A live band fronted by women blasts a punk / psych soundtrack to Tina’s ridiculous struggle. Zen koans relieved by black comedy.

This event is part of ART HOUSE, an evening of intimate and spectacular performance set in a home turned maker space, with food and drink available throughout by donation. Your ticket guarantees you entry to the whole two-and-a-half-hour ART HOUSE program, and we strongly encourage you to come for the duration and experience the journey from the first work to the finale.

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Softys
20 Maitland Rd, Islington NSW, Australia

Softys

20 Maitland Rd, Islington NSW, Australia

Softys is accessed via an uneven path with three large steps into the building. There are 3 steps down into the workshop from the main house level. There are two steps down from the main house level into the zine store and the PJ store.

No reserved parking or accessible toilets. Wheelchair access can be arranged to the outdoor area via the back gate by contacting Morgan from Crack X on 0426 297 399. Note that the outdoor area has an uneven surface.

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