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A History of Everything

Preview:
January 13, 14 at 8.15pm
January 15 at 5.15pm
Season:
January 17-February 5
Tue 17 at 8.15pm
Tue 24, 31 at 7pm
Wed-Sat at 8.15pm
Sat at 2.15pm
Sun at 5.15pm
Approximately 1hr 30mins
$50/$40
Senior $45/
Preview $40/Group $45/
Under 30 $35 (no concession Sat evening)
On sale Nov 9
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Presented by Sydney Theatre Company and Ontroerend Goed in association with Sydney Festival

World Premiere


Text by Alexander Devriendt and Joeri Smet in collaboration with the cast, and with fragments of Sum by David Eagleman


From the Big Bang to today, Belgium's Ontroerend Goed takes on the vast astronomical history of our universe in this ambitious collaboration with Sydney Theatre Company's resident actors.


The Belgians' last theatrical assault on Sydney Festival audiences was The Smile Off Your Face in 2009, followed up by their unforgettable show on adolescent anarchy, Once And For All We're Gonna Tell You Who We Are So Shut Up and Listen.


Now, inspired by Darwin and Dawkins on the theory of evolution, by cosmology and the realisation that we're but a tiny dot on the timeline, A History of Everything spins backwards to the first fiery bang before leaping to our possible hereafters.


A profound rollercoasting journey, this production will make you treasure your place in the history of everything.

This production is suitable for 15+:  Latecomers will not be admitted. 

Presented in association with Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Drum Theatre Plymouth and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd 


Company/production special thanks and acknowledgements 


 

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