29 Oct – 16 Nov
PRICE$20 – $30 inc. booking fee
TIMES7:00PM. Tue 29 Oct – Sat 2 Nov
8:30PM. Tue 5 Nov – Sat 16 Nov
RUNNING TIME50 Mins.
PREVIEWTue 29 Oct
MEMBERS' NIGHTWed 30 Oct
MEET THE ARTISTSWed 6 Nov
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Calamari, karaoke and Filipina Fury
A 26-year-old Filipina and her baby arrive in Australia for the first time. A mermaid (half woman, half octopus) washes up at Fremantle and opens up a fish and chip shop.
Ocean temperatures are on the rise, causing squids to proliferate in numbers. Pauline Hanson’s scared of being swamped by Asians. The baby turns 11 and starts wishing her skin was white. The mermaid is making a killing selling her own tentacles. Pauline’s still out there, plotting. The ocean isn’t showing any signs of cooling down, the squids are taking over and the baby – now the same age as her mum when she arrived in Australia – makes a theatre show about identity politics.
Cephalopod: A new inky offering from Perth performance fish-punks, Squid Vicious.
Image: Tasha Faye and Michelle Aitken
Lead Creative, Performer & Sound Designer
Jess Nyanda Moyle
Lighting Designer & Stage Manager
Set & Costume Designer
Dramaturg & Publicist