TIDE

produced and commissioned by bleach* festival. supported by city of gold coast and connecting southern gold coast

April 8, 2018  9am

April 9, 2018  

April 10, 2018  

Currumbin Estuary (Palm Beach Parklands) Entry from Palm Beach Parklands, 945 Gold Coast Highway, Palm Beach

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This event is free!

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DATE & TIME

April 8, 2018  9am

April 9, 2018  

April 10, 2018  

LOCATION

Currumbin Estuary (Palm Beach Parklands) Entry from Palm Beach Parklands, 945 Gold Coast Highway, Palm Beach

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FEATURING

The Farm

COST

This event is free!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

There are no additional details.

ABOUT

Description

Based on the wildly successful work from 2015, Tide sees two performers risk it all to remind us all that we are nothing without each other.

Two office workers carry on their duties in an office built on a sandbar. During low tide, they stand safely on sand, but as the tide rises, water submerges the desk and its contents. For 49 hours, without food or supplies, these two fearless performers put themselves at the mercy of both the tide and the compassion of the community.

Complete with shareholder presentations, office parties and water cooler discussions, this post-apocalyptic scene is an installation, an interactive theatre work, a dance performance and a test of endurance fuelled by two people’s unwavering belief in the human spirit.

CREATIVE CREDITS

By The Farm.
At the Farm, work is made in a collaborative process where everyone brings their expertise without being confined to it. All animals are equal.

Performed by:
Joshua Thomson
Gavin Webber

Music created and performed by:
Ben Ely

Made By:
Ben Ely
Kate Harman
Joshua Thomson
Gavin Webber
Grayson Millwood
with
Mark Howett
Vilma Mattila
Chloe Ogilvie

 

Performance Times

49 hour performance.

Starts 9:00am Sunday 8 until 10:00am Tuesday 10 April

Creative partner of Bleach* Festival since 2011

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