Babes and Beer
13 December, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Babes and Beer is based on true story when writer and director, Serah Nathan, went for a holiday with her mates to Cape Tribulation. There was nothing to do there except sit around a nightly bonfire and talk to strangers. In fact, that blurry photo above is from the night that inspired the play.
The show tells the story of Lena, Agnes and Rhiannon. They each experience a strange evening, when they pair up with guys they meet at the crappy lodge they’re staying at.
The themes explore social malaise, female sexuality and mother-son relationships, but most of all, Babes and Beer is modern theatre written for people who’d rather stream their entertainment and don’t mind eating crisps in bed.
Don’t worry, this play isn’t a comedy of errors set in ol’ timey London. There are no cheap wigs. No musical numbers. No butchered accents. You’re safe.
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