Posted by Anne Hasegawa
12. Jul, 2012
|July 13, 2012|
Come and experience the dark and enchanting world of The Grimstones – Hatched and be taken on a spellbinding journey. Designed and conceptualised by Asphyxia, a deaf circus performer now turned puppeteer, the whimsical gothic fairytale is told through Auslan and verbally, supported by the artfully handcrafted marionettes and set. With a delightfully dark narrative and magical show, this one is a must-see at the Gasworks.
WHEN: Friday July 13, 10am & 12pm
WHERE: Gasworks Theatre, Cnr Graham & Pickles Street, Albert Park
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