12 AugBroadbeach HubCabaretDanceMusicSpoken Word
Presented by BLEACH*
Raw and divinely authentic, Anna Lumb pulls back the Instagram filter on what life is like for a woman navigating the challenges of parenting, show business, relationships, ageing, and the unrealistic expectations of society.
Combining circus, movement, and wicked dark humour, this solo performance is truly liberating, and will make you wonder—is everyone else faking it too? Directed by Rebecca Church, witness an irreverent and personal insight into one person’s daily experiences and the chaos that ensues from some questionable life choices.
Content Warnings – 15+ | This event has some nudity, strong coarse language, sudden loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women.
Anna Lumb, internationally acclaimed as the flame-haired Pocket Rocket of incendiary circus, is a Melbourne based performer, actor and theatre maker specialising in circus and physical comedy.
Exploding onto the stage with her charismatic blend of sassy circus, wild theatrics and unforgettable soundtracks, Anna's unique style has taken her to circus, music and theatre festivals and salons around the world.
Auslan Interpreted Performance
Friday 11 August, 5.30pm
Tickets can be purchased via the Book Now link or by emailing [email protected]
Additional show notes can also be provided 1 week prior to the show by request.
The event is a circus-style work and includes sound, dialogue, movement and circus.
Content Warnings -This event has some nudity, strong coarse language, sudden loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women.
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Broadbeach Cultural Precinct,
61 Sunshine BlvdMermaid Waters QLD 4218
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