Program

Book Online Farm || Sept-Oct

A bond between a girl and her grandfather, the smells of earth, water and fire, the collision of light, puppet and body in an astounding visual celebration of the powerful relationship between people and the environment.

Inspired by stories from the Merredin community, Farm explores themes of change and resilience while celebrating the lives of the people who live and work on the land.

If you have any queries about ticketing or seating please visit our FAQ’s page for further information.

Information

Running Time
50 mins
Age Range
Suitable for all ages, perfect for 4-12yrs
Venue
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, 1 Short Street, Fremantle
Season

Merredin Season

Cummins Theatre, Merredin
17 September, 7.30pm
18 September, 10am & 1pm (Schools Performances)
Visit http://www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Kalgoorlie season

Regional Arts Australia Summit
Goldfields Arts Centre, Kalgoorlie
Saturday 18 October
Visit http://www.raasummit.com.au/indepth/farm/

Term 3: September 22-26

Schools Only Season

Visit our schools page or call Jess on 08 9335 5044 for more details.

Prices
Student tickets $7 each
Group booking of 40+: Students tickets $5.50 each
1 teacher attends free of charge for every 8 students.

September 29-October 11

General Public School Holiday Season
Performances Monday – Saturday at 10am & 1pm
Excludes Sundays and Public Holidays

Prices:
Individual $23.00ea
Group of 4 or more: $21.00ea
Group of 10 or more: $19.00ea
$3.50 fee applies to all bookings

Teaching Notes
Farm Education Resource Guide-v2.docx

Credits

Director
Philip Mitchell
Writer
Ian Sinclair
Designer
Matt McVeigh
Composer
Lee Buddle
Lighting Designer
Graham Walne
Production Manager
Elliot Chambers
Performers

Ruth Battle
Rebecca Bradley
St John Cowcher
Chloe Flockart

Voice over: Humphrey Bower
Chloe Flockart

Farm is supported by Collgar Wind Farm, CBH Group, the Shire of Merredin, Stages WA, Australia Post’s OurNeighbourhood grants program, the Foundation for Regional and Rural Renewal and The Box Man.

 

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