TWENTYFIVExONE

YVE BLAKE / HAYLEY BRACKEN / CHRISTOPHER BRYANT / RAIMONDO CORTESE / MAUDE DAVEY / MICHAEL GURR / THOMAS HENNING / ZOE HOLLYOAK / FINEGAN KRUCKEMEYER / JOE LUI / KERITH MANDERSON-GALVIN / MARTIN MARTINI / MARCUS MCKENZIE / ROSS MUELLER / LACHLAN PHILPOTT / GLYN ROBERTS / MORGAN ROSE / and more (until there’s 25!)

Days before the election, to launch the inaugural HOT!HOT!HOT! climate arts festival, the mighty, mighty MKA- Melbourne’s new writing theatre offer 25 plays by 25 of the best Australian writers.

TWENTYFIVExONE exhibits a diversity of voices, by invitation terrifying! daunting! and apocalypscising!!! climate change!!!!!!!!!

NB: No play will be longer than a song! Short and sharp, like violent punk tracks (around 45 seconds) to indulgent, strung out, epic psychedelic stoner metal sagas of 6min 66 seconds recurring.

MKA’s ‘TWENTYFIVExONE’ is a concept they stole off a 17-year old girl, then hid in shame because no-one likes plays, and now it’s back; and it’s powerful, political, and only at HOT!HOT!HOT!

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HOT!HOT!HOT! Climate Arts Festival
Presenter | MKA Theatre of New Writing
Primary Supporter | Creative Victoria
Venue Partners | SiteWorks & These Are The Projects We Do Together
Local Supporter | Moreland City Council

WEDNESDAY
29 JUNE

WHERE: SiteWorks [33 Saxon Street, Brunswick]
WHEN: Wednesday, 29th June 2016
TIME: 7:30pm (120mins)
BONUS: Includes Keynote Speech (Notes) from ‘Excrement Mining Co.’s CEO and Heir Mr Twiggy Palmcock

TIX: $10/$15
HOTLINE: (Full festival pass) only $45/55

IRIS GAILLARD (Director) is a French theatre director based in Melbourne since 2011. In Paris, she graduated in Acting at the Cours Florent (2007) and in Scenography at the prestigious National School of Decorative Arts (2009). In France, Iris produced and directed work by Botho Strauss and R-W Fassbinder, which successfully toured the country. She currently holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Theatre Directing at the Victorian College of the Arts, and was the recipient of the 2014 Creative Scholarship.