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When

Fri 25 Feb 2011
[1hr 15 min no interval]

Price

Standard: $37.50

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Great Southern Funding Partner

Great Southern Development Commission

Royalties for Regions

Government of Western Australia

Supported By
Skywest

City of Albany

Amazing Albany

Bay Merchants


The Animals and Children took to the Streets
1927 (UK)

Trust no one! Suspect even your own shadow!

Welcome to the Bayou, a feared and loathed part of the city wherein lies the infamous Bayou Mansions, a sprawling stinking tenement block where curtain-twitchers and peeping-toms live side by side and the wolf ... is always at the door.

When Agnes Eaves and her daughter arrive late one night, does it signal hope in this hopeless place, or has the real horror only just begun?

1927 invite you to a dystopian metropolis of inner city paranoia. Seamlessly synchronising live music, performance and storytelling with stunning films and animation, this is the wickedly twisted new tale from the multiple award-winning company behind the 2009 Perth Festival hit Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

I can’t begin to capture the enchantment, the joy, the attention to seizing drama of watching this company in action. HERALD SUN

CO-COMMISSIONED BY BAC, MALTHOUSE THEATRE AND THE SHOWROOM, UNIVERSITY OF CHICHESTER. SUPPORTED BY CORN EXCHANGE, NEWBURY.

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When
  • Fri 25 Feb, 8.00PM

Where

Albany Entertainment Centre, Albany


Address: 2 Toll Place, Albany WA 6330
Box Office: (08) 9844 5005
Main Office: (08) 9844 5000
Website: http://www.albanyentertainment.com.au/

The Albany Entertainment Centre (AEC) is a defining architectural landmark on the foreshore of Albany with its breathtaking views of Princess Royal Harbour.

The centre piece of the Albany Entertainment Centre is the Princess Royal Theatre with a raked auditorium seating 620, a large stage, full fly tower, orchestra pit lift and equipped with cutting edge stage lighting and audio systems.

Also housed in the centre is The Kalyenup Studio, a flexible space accommodating 200 people. An ideal venue for intimate productions or a breakout space for conferences and more.

View, the centre's cafe also has unique sweeping harbour views and is a popular place to enjoy coffee and fine food in Albany.

Parking for 135 vehicles is available in the AEC car park on Toll Place, which can be accessed from Princess Royal Drive. Additional parking is available north of the railway line where people may utilise the footbridge to access the AEC.

The AEC endeavours to accommodate people with disabilities and special needs. Facilities include wheelchair access, a lift from the ground floor, wheelchair accessible toilets, special allocated seating and a hearing induction loop in the main auditorium. Two ACROD parking bays are located in the car park adjacent to the main foyer entrance.




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