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Border Crossings' Origins Festival presents
The 7 Stages of Grieving
From Friday 23 June to Sunday 25 June
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In a nutshell
A vital piece in the Australian theatrical cannon, Chenoa Deemal stars in this funny, devastating everywoman show.
Structurally the play is based around seven different aspects of grief, telling seven different tales. This new adaptation is a co-production between Queensland theatre and Grin and Tonic Theatre Group. The refreshed version reflects the changing attitudes of Australian people and showcases the immense talents of emerging Indigenous performer Chenoa Deemal.
What to Expect
Written 20 years ago by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, The 7 Stages of Grieving explores the grief of Aboriginal people and their hopes for reconciliation.
Writer - Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman
Cast – Chenoa Deemal
Director - Jason Klarwein
Designer – Jessica Ross
Lighting Designer – Daniel Anderson
Sound and Projection – Justin Harrison
What people are saying
'…From any perspective this is a vital, throbbing piece of theatre in anybody’s cultural terms, and Chenoa Deemal’s performance is deadly. Go and see it, to laugh, to cry and with any luck to begin to understand a little more.' The Daily Review
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'Rich Mix is the ideal venue to welcome this modern Australian classic into the heart of London’s cultural scene.'
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Things you should know
Contains low level coarse language, flashing lights, a complete black out and fog effects.
Suitable for ages 14+
This event is wheelchair accessible.