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by keith gow

Turn, Turn, Turn

13 - 23 SEPTEMBER | EXPLOSIVES FACTORY | AT THEATRE WORKS
Turn, Turn, Turn

VENUE

by keith gow

Far in the future, another planet is dying.

The next great migration is happening; thousands of people racing from one world to the next. On an old freighter, destined to become their future home, four individuals are thrown together. Struggling with nostalgia for Earth Seven, the crew must decide how much they will risk to get to the next world first.

Not all of them are happy about what they’ve left behind, or the secrets they carry with them. Is their nostalgia for the old world an anchor? Or can they work together to free themselves of tradition and fly fast and free to the future that awaits them all?

Explosives Factory

DURATION

80 minutes

WARNINGS

Coarse language, adult themes, confronting end-of-the-world scenario
Suitable for 16 years and older

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DATES + TIMES

Wed 13 Sep 7:30pm
Thu 14 Sep 7:30pm
Fri 15 Sep 7:30pm
Sat 16 Sep 7:30pm
Tue 19 Sep 7:30pm
Wed 20 Sep 7:30pm
Thu 21 Sep 7:30pm
Fri 22 Sep 7:30pm
Sat 23 Sep 7:30pm

This show is a lock-out performance. No latecomers will be admitted. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to ensure you don't miss out.

Refunds will not be issued to latecomers.

Dates
TICKETS

FULL PRICE

$45.00

CONCESSION*

$35.00

PREVIEW

$28.00

20 at $20**

$20.00

MOB TIX

$20.00

*Seniors, Student, MEAA, Health Care and Low Income card holders

**Limited to 20 tickets per performance

Tickets
CREDITS

PLAYWRIGHT
Keith Gow

DIRECTOR
Renee Palmer

Credits
MEET THE ARTIST -
Keith Gow

Keith Gow is a playwright first but is also a critic, screenwriter, director, producer and prolific tweeter. He’s had work produced across Australia, South East Asia and the United Kingdom. His “comic-con rom-com” Who Are You Supposed To Be debuted at Edinburgh Fringe in 2013, before heading to London and touring the Fringe circuit in Australia. Keith is co-creator and co-executive producer of Sonnigsburg, which aired on community TV across Australia and now lives on YouTube. His most recent play, Shakespeare Aliens debuted at Theatre Works in January 2022, before being remounted at Gasworks for Melbourne Fringe. It will tour to Adelaide Fringe in 2023.

Meet the Artist
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