The Last Great Hunt
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood” – The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article I
“Shake it off” – Taylor Swift
Some days we get angry. Really f@#king angry. Some of our fellow humans, those we recognise as people and those we don’t, live in constant fear and face the danger of violent death, and we feel powerless to help them. But what can you do when things seem so bleak? Isn’t it easier just to put on your headphones and drown yourself in Taylor Swift?
Indie sensation The Last Great Hunt returns with a new work about hope in the face of hopelessness even when it feels like we are never, ever, ever getting ourselves together. Equal parts protest and pop-music extravaganza, All That Glitters urges us to do more – and to be truly fearless.
Recommended for ages 12+
Director: Gita Bezard // Producer: Sarah Weber // Featuring & Devised by: Adriane Daff, Jeffrey Jay Fowler, Arielle Gray & Chris Isaacs // Co-Devisors: Gita Bezard & Kathryn Osborne // Designer: Tessa Darcey // Lighting & Sound Designer: Joe Lui // Stage Manager: Liz Newell // Marketing & Publicity: Jamie Breen
Image: Jamie Breen