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City of Gold (QTC) [Queensland]




City of Gold (QTC) [Queensland]

Ticketing Information

AUSLAN-INTERPRETED SHOW


Date/Time:

Monday July 8, 2019 - 6:30 PM

Location:

Bille Brown Studio, Queensland Theatre Company
78 Montague Road
South Brisbane, 4101
Australia

Tickets:

Interpreter:

Melinda Busch & Mike Webb

Language/ Cultural Consultant:

Danni Walker

Website:

http://www.queenslandtheatre.com.au/Whats-on/2019



About the Show

How to book:

  • You can book single tickets OR ‘3 Play Package’
  • See QTC website or
  • Email our ticketing team at: sales@queenslandtheatre.com.au
  • Phone our ticketing team on: 1800 355 528

(NOTE: Special Offer of 6 shows for $66 expired on 6th April).

 

A BATTLE CRY FROM THE FRONT LINE OF AUSTRALIAN IDENTITY

All Breythe ever wanted was to be an actor, but this isn’t how he imagined his first big television gig – as a young Aboriginal man, being the face of a disastrous misfire of an advertisement that will get him roasted by his mob.

When a messenger bird suddenly brings Breythe tragic tidings from his family, it spurs him on a journey of grief and duty. Returning home to Kalgoorlie, he is thrust headlong into family conflict and the reality of what it means to be an Indigenous youth in today’s Australia.

Rising star Meyne Wyatt’s debut play is as riveting and unflinchingly honest as his stage presence. Urgent, wryly funny and politically incendiary, City of Gold is a call for change that will sound out for years to come.

 

Queensland Theatre Premiere

Cast Includes Anthony Standish, Meyne Wyatt

Lighting Designer Jason Glenwright

Accessibility
Auslan Interpreted Mon 8 Jul 2019, 6.30pm
Audio Described Thu 18 Jul 2019, 7.30pm + Sat 20 Jul 2019, 2pm

Play Briefing 
Mon 24 Jun, 6 – 7pm
Bille Brown Theatre

QT Club
Sat 6 Jul, 2pm

Night with the Artists 
Mon 8 Jul, 6.30pm

Supported by Playwriting Australia as part of its Muru Salon and National Script Workshop programsInformation for Schools

Supported by Playwriting Australia as part of its Muru Salon and National