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For 25 years, a locked cupboard sat in a family garage. So what was inside?
A ‘fighting Gunditjmara’ man returns from war to his home in south-west Victoria only to be forced from his traditional lands. What drove him to fight for a country that didn't even recognise him?
The Geelong-based Space Company presents a double bill of documentary theatre: ‘Stardust’ and ‘The Mission'.
Starring multi-award winning ABC presenter and performer, Joel Carnegie, and award winning actor, Tom Molyneux.
Two stories about love, music and war, and all the things that people leave behind...
The Colac City Band will also be joining the performers live on stage – in an award-winning double bill of music, stories, lingering memories and lessons from the past…
Showing at COPACC and the Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery.
Warnings: includes adult themes, occasional coarse language, smoke, scenes depicting war/violence. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audience members are advised that this production contains images of deceased persons. The Mission contains depictions of, and reference to, Indigenous people who have passed away. It also describes confronting content in relation to the massacre, dispossession and mistreatment of Indigenous peoples.
Date/time: Showing at COPACC on Saturday 27 July at 8pm. Also showing at RRRTAG on Saturday, 3 August at 7.30pm.
Running time: 100 minutes plus 20 interval
Tickets: Adults $35, Concession $30
Proudly sponsored by: The Colac Herald, AKD Softwoods, Creative Victoria, The Space Company, RRRTAG, Regional Arts Victoria, City of Greater Geelong, Geelong Performing Arts Centre