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When

Mon 28 Feb-Wed 2 March 2011
[1hr 45min no interval]

Price

Students: $15.50

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Education Program Supported By

Rio Tinto

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Supported By

810 ABC Radio National


Trust
Schaubuhne Berlin (Germany)
A project by Faulk Richter and Anouk van Dijk

Riveting physical theatre from Europe’s most daring young voices

German director and playwright Falk Richter is one of Europe’s boldest theatre makers. Dutch choreographer Anouk van Dijk is a pioneer in the world of contemporary dance. Their new theatre piece is a blistering look at modern life in a hyper-capitalist society – where everything can be traded, where billions of euros are lost and where love becomes a commodity.

At the heart of this work is the theme of human fragility and the stresses borne by the individual in this time of constant choice and exchange. From shopping to travel and relationships, people try to find meaning and make connections.

In this exhilarating collaboration, Richter and van Dijk depict a world that is both cruel and ridiculous. Performers perfectly interweave text, dance and music in the relentless rhythm of a world in constant motion.

With humour, rage and pathos, Richter and van Dijk have created a brilliant and incisive comment on life in a global world.

After almost 40 performances in Berlin and shows at the Avignon Festival, Trust is one of contemporary theatre’s most intriguing works.

Suitability: ages 15+/years 10-12 Drama, Dance, Media, German, S&E
Themes: morality, modern life, cruelty, humour, love, global financial crisis

In German with surtitles

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When
  • Mon 28 Feb, 7.30PM
  • Tue 1 Mar, 7.30PM
  • Wed 2 Mar, 7.30PM

Where

His Majesty's Theatre


Address: 825 Hay Street, Perth
Phone: (08) 9265 0900

His Majesty's Theatre is one of Australia's most sophisticated and stylish venues. The Theatre has been entertaining audiences within the walls of its Edwardian splendor since 1904.

Transport
His Majesty's Theatre is located on Hay Street, Perth (cnr King Street).  Buses run frequently along St Georges Terrace, parallel to Hay Street.  The free Central Area Transport (Red CAT) stops at 'His Majesty's' on Hay Street and operates every five minutes from 6:40am to 6:20pm Monday to Friday, and hourly on weekends between 8:30am and 5:00pm.  The Perth Central Railway Station is just a five-minute walk from the Theatre.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Parking
Undercover parking is available nearby at His Majesty's Carpark (City of Perth Carpark No.5) via entry from Murray Street and Kings Parking via entry from King Street. Street parking is subject to availability.

Etiquette
Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance, some performances may not allow latecomers entry, please check your ticket for details.

Mobile telephones and electronice devies are to be turned off during the performance, they can sometime affect the sound equipment as well as disrupting the artists and other audience members.

Cameras, video cameras and tape recorders will not be permitted without the consent of the promoter.

Access
The management of His Majesty's Theatre endeavours to accommodate patrons with disabilities whenever possible. However, due to production requirements of some events, these special facilities are sometimes limited. We therefore recommend that all patrons with special requirements state their needs at the time of booking tickets.

His Majesty's usual facilities include:
- Wheelchair access to the auditorium 
- Wheelchair accessible toilet on the ground floor 
- Wheelchair access to Downstairs at the Maj and Museum of Performing Arts 
- A hearing induction loop throughout most of the auditorium

For further access information visit the Department of Culture and the Arts website. 




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Box Deli Box Deli
918 Hay Street, Perth
P 08 9322 6744
www.boxdeli.com.au
Open Mon – Fri 10am to late; Sat 4pm – late
Choose any main meal from our ala carte menu with a glass of house wine
Platform Restaurant Platform Restaurant
7/240 St Georges Terrace, Perth
P 08 9226 3636
www.platformrestaurant.com.au
Open Mon – Tues 7am to 6pm; Wed – Fri 7am to late
Sweet potato, tomato, spinach, leek, feta tart, roast pepper, parmesan salad
Or
Salt and pepper squid with mango, mint, cucumber mixed leaves, lime aioli
With a glass of Flametree Sauvignon Blanc Semillon or a Corona or a Flametree Cab Merlot
Bar One Bar One
250 St Georges Tce, Perth (Plaza Level of QV1 Building)
P 08 9481 8400
www.bar1.com.au
Open Mon – Fri 7am to late
Penne Arrabiata (or vegetarian option) with a glass of house wine
The George The George
216 St. Georges Terrace, Perth
P 08 6161 6662
www.thegeorgeperth.com.au
Open Mon-Fri 7am to late; Sat 5pm to late
A choice of beef, fish or chicken and a glass of house wine
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Bishop's House
P 08 9226 1884
www.lamonts.com.au
Lunch and Dinner, Mon-Fri, private group bookings Sat & Sun
Lemon crumbed King George whiting with fennel salad, chips and dill aioli
or
Grilled corn fed chicken breast with soft egg, truffle butter
And a glass of Lamonts Quartet or Cabernet Merlot

Manhattan's Bar Manhattan's Bar
243 Albany Hwy, Victoria Park
P 08 9361 2237
A bottle of house wine and a gourmet pizza

Bookings may be required, mention Entrees & Encores when making your reservation or order.