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Never Did Me Any Harm

Preview: January 6, 7, 9, 10 at 8pm
Season: January 11-February 12
Wed-Sat at 8pm
Sat at 2pm
Mon 16, Tue 24, 31 Jan, 7 Feb
at 6.30pm
Tue 17 at 8pm
Wed 18, 25 Jan, 1 Feb at 1pm
Sun 29 Jan, 5, 12 Feb at 5pm
1hr 5mins
Sat evening $79/
Preview $60
Senior $70/
Group $70/
Under 30 $40

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Presented by Sydney Festival, Sydney Theatre Company and Force Majeure (Australia)
Devised by Force Majeure
World Premiere

Never Did Me Any Harm
is a new dance theatre work by award-winning director and choreographer Kate Champion (Not in a Million Years, The Age I'm In), exploring the complexities of contemporary family life.

Never before have parents been under such pressure when it comes to raising their children. Are kids today given too few boundaries or allowed too few risks?

Force Majeure is known for making work that transforms the familiar and domestic into the poetic. Drawing inspiration from Christos Tsiolkas' bestselling novel The Slap, Champion and her company interviewed people of all ages and backgrounds for their opinions on what makes a good parent.

Using a distinctive language of dance and text, Force Majeure and Sydney Theatre Company give full dramatic voice to these real life stories. In an unsettling yet familiar Aussie backyard, the fears of parents are danced, voiced and unravelled.

Kate Champion appears as part of our free talks program Microscope: Festival Artists in conversation with Caroline Baum.

Zip Industries applauds Australian Innovation

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