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Two Bees..

15 September - 3 October 2015 // 8.30pm | PLUS Sat 3 October 2015 // 6pm

PREVIEW 15 September 2015
MEMBERS NIGHT 16 September 2015
DURATION 80 mins
PRICE $15 - $25
SPECIAL OFFERS

Group Discount

For groups of 6+ people, pay only $20 per ticket.

Meet the Artists 

A free Q&A will be hosted after the performance on Wednesday 23 September for ticketholders.

Bastard Theatre

Two Bees.. is a futuristic retrospective looking back on the events surrounding the bee’s disappearance, set in a hive undergoing the final stages of collapse.

An infection has spread through the world’s bee population, taking over their minds, bodies and appetites, turning them into terrifying Zombees.

Featuring live music and two actors playing nine characters, Two Bees.. is an unrelenting, raucous menagerie. Expect plenty of Bee-ple, Zom-bees, and Bee-DSM in this cross-genre epic about the end of bee-kind, and perhaps, the world.

Written by The Big HOO-HAA’s Daniel Buckle and Nick Pages-Oliver, this is a brand new comedy for adults and insects alike. Be there.

 

“Heartfelt yet cynical, funny yet poignant, engaging yet frequently jarring… None of it quite makes sense, but somehow it all works incredibly well” – Rotunda Media (Fish In The Sea).

 

Recommended for audiences 15+

 


 

Writer, Co-Producer & Director: Nick Pages-Oliver // Writer & Co-Producer: Daniel Buckle // Co-Producer: Sal Briggs-Goodridge // Writing Mentor: Damon Lockwood // Dramaturg: Geordie Crawley // Featuring: Chloe Flockart & Daniel Buckle // Set Designer: Pascale Giorgi // Set Builder: Guillermo Kramer // Composer & Sound Designer: Dave Richardson // Musicians: Dr Mace Francis, Matt Cole // Costume Designer: Kristy Armstrong // Lighting Designer: Chris Isaacs // Stage Manager: Emma Caitlin Brown // Publicity: Jamie Breen

 


 

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This project is supported by the Department of Culture and the Arts.

 

 

Image:  Pascale Giorgi & Gene Eaton of Inland Studio