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We Are the (End of the) World

An original musical comedy pokes fun at contemporary Australia’s incessant need to be seen as selfless.

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We are the (End of the) World

Date: 14 Aug 2019

A group of young people organise a relief concert to support Aussie farmers, but find themselves swept up in a competitive showcase of ethical perfection.

Created by Edan Mcgovern and Aaron Robuck, this original musical comedy fearlessly pokes fun at contemporary Australia’s incessant need to be seen as selfless and its questionable approach to charity work and activism.

A Sydney Fringe Festival event.

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