Grace for Race
7pm (no interval)
Adapted from Willam Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, St Albans Edge explores culture and girlhood in this explosive original new work. There will blood, there will be dance-offs and there will be food fights. Hold on to your seats, things are about to get messy.
About the show
Highschool is a battleground
Beyonce is a warcry
Food is their weapon
Culture is everything
But what happens when someone stops fighting?
When friendship is found in the most unlikely of places?
In a dog eat dog world how do you survive if you just want to live and let live?
St Albans Edge invite family, friends and the broader community to celebrate their first ever performance at The Bowery Theatre. This event showcases the talent and passion of Brimbank’s youth and is the culmination of a year-long process of sharing, storytelling and eating. Lots of eating.
St Albans Edge Theatre is supported by Brimbank City Council and the Victorian Government. This production was also supported by the Brimbank Community Charitable Fund, a charitable fund account of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, and first presented at the Bowery Theatre.
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Purchase of Tickets
Full priced tickets apply to any person 18 years of age and over who does not comply with any of the conditions relating to persons eligible for a concession ticket.
Concession priced tickets apply to any person 16 years of age or under and/or the holder of one of the following concession cards: secondary student, tertiary student, senior, pensioner or Health Care Card.
Children two (2) years of age and over will require their own seat. Children under two (2) years of age can be seated in the same seat with the parent/guardian. Children 16 years of age and under should be supervised at all times whilst in the venue.
All performances are general admission.
Access and Inclusion
Brimbank City Council supports an accessible and inclusive environment at its venues.
The Bowery / STACC is wheelchair accessible and service dog friendly. There are a number of accessible toilets and ambulant toilets in the centre.
People with a disability and those with specific seating needs are requested contact the venue on 9249 4600 at least 4 days before the performance so that we can accommodate your specific seating requirements.
Seating in the theatre is raked and there are three (3) places that can be reserved for people in wheelchairs to sit in the audience in the front row.
People with hearing and sight impairments can be accommodated in the front rows if desired. The centre has hearing enhancement facilities including audio loops. Braille is used for signage throughout the centre indicating toilet facilities.
A valid Companion Card or valid Companion Card Number must be produced at the time of booking to gain access to the Companion Card program offer. Details of use are contained on the Companion Card website www.companioncard.org.au