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Blue at Belvoir Tickets

Getting older is inevitable, but growing up takes courage.
Blue at Belvoir Tickets
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Blue at Belvoir Tickets

About Blue at Belvoir

When Mark moved out of home for the first time his mum started writing him letters – just checking in, staying in touch, keeping a gentle hold on her son. Until one letter brings news no-one wants to hear.

Today, alone in his apartment, on a quiet ordinary morning, Mark needs to try to make some sense of the path of his young life. He needs to work out how to go on with the day, his studies, the fragility of living. He needs us to hear his story, and the story of his family.

A tender, exquisite monologue written and performed by a rising star, Thomas Weatherall, Blue takes us deep into the beauty, and sadness, of a young life at its new beginning.

Blue is presented in association with Sydney Festival

Indigenous Theatre at Belvoir supported by The Balnaves Foundation

Run time

To Be Advised

Start date

January 14th, 2023

End date

January 29th, 2023

Categories

Age

Recommended Age: 12yrs+

Venue

Belvoir St Theatre - Upstairs Theatre

25 Belvoir St, Surry Hills, NSW, Australia, 2010

Directions

GETTING TO THE VENUE: Belvoir St Theatre is centrally located in Surry Hills, at 25 Belvoir Street, and close to a lot of major public transport.

BY TRAIN: The theatre is a five-minute walk from the Devonshire St/Chalmers St exit of Central Station.

BY LIGHT RAIL: The theatre is also a five-minute walk from Surry Hills Light Rail Stop and approximately seven-minute uphill walk from Chalmers Street Light Rail Stop.

BY BUS: Buses travel along Chalmers St, Elizabeth St and Cleveland St.

BY CAR: There is no onsite parking, but limited timed parking is available on the streets around the theatre. On Sundays parking is unlimited.

More information about Blue at Belvoir

"Blue is a remarkable, genuinely exciting debut. Thomas is a young man wise beyond his years. His writing is sensitive, deeply felt, beguiling. So is his acting. His play unpacks big stuff – mental health, family, loss, how we remember. See it." – Eamon Flack (Artistic Director)

Writer: Thomas Weatherall

Director: Deborah Brown

Set and Costume Designer: Jacob Nash

Lighting Designer: Chloe Ogilvie

Sound Designer and Composer: Wil Hughes

Associate Designer: Cris Baldwin

Cast: Thomas Weatherall

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