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Tender Young Creatures

A live theatre installation inspired by Red Riding Hood challenges the wolves prowling the streets at night.

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Tender Young Creatures

Date: 9 Apr 2018

Created by The House That Dan Built, Tender Young Creatures is a live theatre installation focused on the experiences of young women walking at night.

Inspired by the classic tale of Red Riding Hood, the performance explores contemporary anxieties experienced by young women in a city where to walk alone provokes disapproving glances at best and at worst attracts the attention of the wolves of the world.

To celebrate Youth Week during the April School Holidays, The House That Dan Built is taking over the Bondi Pavilion Gallery from 16 – 29 April with Tender Young Creatures and a series of theatre and music skill development workshop opportunities for girls aged 9 to 20.

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