Adelaide Festival 1 - 17 March 2013

Thursday

Brink Productions and English Touring Theatre
By Bryony Lavery
World Premiere

United Kingdom / Australia

Brink Productions joins forces with English Touring Theatre, one of the UK’s leading production companies, on a powerful new collaboration.

Taking reference from the remarkable story of Adelaide woman Gill Hicks, who lost her legs in the 2005 London bombings, Thursday layers dreams with reality, compassion with devastation and identity with loss to build a deeply-woven picture of humanity.

From the makers of the multi-award winning production When The Rain Stops Falling.

Download the Thursday audio introduction.

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GILL HICKS ON SEEING THURSDAY



AUSLAN INTRODUCES THURSDAY



'THURSDAY' IN REHEARSALS



CHRIS DRUMMOND AND GILL HICKS TALK 'THURSDAY' BY BRYONY LAVERY



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WHERE

Norwood Concert Hall

WHEN

(Previews) Mon 25 Feb – Wed 27 Feb 8pm
(Opening night) Thu 28 Feb 8pm
(Early season & daytime) Fri 1 Mar – Sat 2 Mar 8pm
Sat 2 Mar, Sat 9 Mar, Sat 16 Mar 2pm
(Schools) Tue 5 Mar, Thu 14 Mar 11am
(Season) Mon 4 Mar – Sat 9 Mar 8pm
Mon 11 – Sat 16 Mar 8pm

DURATION

Approximately 1 hr 55 mins

TICKETS

(Previews) Adult $40, Fringe Benefits $30
(Opening Night) Show & gala party $109, Show only $70
(Matinees) Adult $45, Fringe Benefits $30, Students $20
(Season) Adult $59, Friends $49, Groups $49, Concession $49, Fringe Benefits $30

For Fringe Benefits bookings, please call BASS on 131 246.

Wheelchair Access Audio Description Sign Interpreting Open caption

Wheelchair access

Open captioning Wed 6 Mar 8pm

Audio description Thu 14 Mar 8pm

Sign interpreting Tue 5 Mar 11am

Sat 9 Mar 2pm

MAP

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credits

Director and dramaturg: Chris Drummond
Designer: Dan Potra
Composer and musician: Quentin Grant
Lighting designer: Colin Grenfell
Producers: Kay Jamieson (Aus) and Jane Claire (UK)

Featuring: Paul Blackwell, Emma Handy, Martin Hutson, Lena Kaur, Tom Mothersdale, Kate Mulvany, Nathan O'Keefe, Deidre Rubenstein and Rochenda Sandall.

This project received special funding from Major Commissions and Festival Commissioning Fund through Arts SA and Adelaide Festival.

Brink Productions has been assisted by Arts SA and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts.


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