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Party Snake delves into the world of drag on a raw, personal and philosophical level.

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Party Snake

Date: 27 Aug 2019

Party Snake is about the many skins we wear to blend into the many lives we lead and the many people we are all at once.

From drugs to eyelashes to philosophy, Party Snake delves into the world of drag on a raw, personal and deeply philosophical level and explores the still hidden stories of this art form.

It also challenges preconceived ideas of gender and sexual self-identification in the drag community and pushes the bounds of comfort and honesty for the audience and the artists involved.

Featuring Melbourne-based performer and star of Instagram’s @thetilleyproject, Lachlan Martin, Party Snake is a new look into a world of so many colours, sides and angles.

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All I See Is You
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Bobby works on Woolies’ record counter. Ralph dreams of being a teacher. One kiss and they’re hooked.

Shaz and Tina: Waiting for Uber
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ArchivedErskineville Town Hall, Sydney 24 - 28 Sep 2019

Shaz and Tina: Waiting for Uber

In a dark alley outside one of Sydney's hottest nightclubs, two friends await the arrival of their ride-share.

The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes
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ArchivedCarriageworks, Eveleigh, Sydney 25 - 28 Sep 2019

The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes

Five activists with intellectual disabilities start a frank and open conversation about a history we would prefer not to know.

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Misery owns The Vile Hotel, a scrapheap in the dead centre of The-Town-In-A-Post-Disaster-State.

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ArchivedErskineville Town Hall, Sydney 24 - 28 Sep 2019

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Sydney writer Garreth Cruikshank explores the loneliness, repression and moral ambiguity lurking behind sexual abuse.

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