Presented by Riverside's National Theatre of Parramatta
Things Hidden Since the Foundation of the World is an investigation into an iconic murder and an investigation into the nature of investigation. In a world of murder mystery podcasts, wikipedia and an Internet that presents everything in the world as knowable, we need to understand that some worlds never collide.
A world where the guy serving you in a grocers is bigger than Tom Jones, the world where you can be killed for what you sing, the world of everyday life where a hit squad only belongs in the movies.
Fereydoun Farrokhzad, Middle East's greatest popstar of the ‘70s, think Tom Jones or Freddy Mercury. By 1981 he was a refugee: working in a German grocers. Six months before being found brutally murdered in an unsolved case, he performed to sold out audiences over two nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
A multimedia digital theatre piece, this co-production between the Javaad Alipoor Company and National Theatre of Parramatta provides a first view of this work in a digital and live setting.
LIVESTREAM ONLINE Fri 21 January at 8pm Sat 22 January at 8pm Sun 23 January at 7pm
LENNOX THEATRE IN RIVERSIDE THEATRES Fri 14 January at 8pm Sat 15 January at 1pm & 7pm
DIGITAL ONLINE ONLY Fri 21 January at 8pm Sat 22 January at 8pm Sun 23 January at 7pm