‘FLOOD’ BY CHRIS ISAACS
Adelaide Botanic Gardens - Noel Lothian Hall

Drama

Written By: Chris Isaacs

"The call of the West came across the Nullarbor..."

Their parent's Tarago. A pristine lake. Six young friends reunite on a camping trip to the 'untouched' outback of Western Australia. Old jokes, rivalries and attractions are rekindled. They don't have a care in the world... until they unintentionally violate sacred land and an Indigenous man is murdered.

A play about identity, tribalism, privilege, and cultural division in 'modernised', 'carefree' colonial Australia.

Written by Chris Isaacs ('Fag/Stag', 'All That Glitters', 'Falling Through Clouds') and winner of PAWA Best New Play.

A controversial new production by 2018 Best Theatre Award Winners: The Cabbages & Kings Collective (for 'One long night in the Land of Nod' by Duncan Graham).

Approx. Running Time: 70 minutes
Suitable for ages: Rated M

Performance Dates:
2 - 3 March - 1.00pm
9 - 11 March & 16 - 17 March, 2019 - 4.00pm -


Venue:
Noel Lothian Hall

Bookings:
Fringetix

Pricing:
Preview - 2nd March 2pm - Full Priced/Concession - $20
3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 March - Full Price - $26, Concession - $22, Bank SA - $20.25