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You Know We Belong Together by by Julia Hales with Finn O’Branagáin and Clare Watson

 Black Swan, Perth Festival and DADAA Co-Production

YOU KNOW WE BELONG TOGETHER by Julia Hales with Finn O’Branagáin and Clare Watson 

LOVE. WE FALL INTO IT, OUT OF IT AND FIND IT EVERYWHERE. IT’S A BATTLEFIELD, AN OPEN DOOR AND IT’S EVEN IN THE AIR.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Following the sold-out success of the 2018 world premiere of You Know We Belong Together, we are thrilled to present an encore season in the Heath Ledger Theatre of this joyful celebration of community spirit.

You Know We Belong Together is a story of love; that force of nature that strikes like

lightning into our hearts.

Family, friends and lovers are all part of Julia Hales’ deeply personal account of her experiences as a daughter, actor, dreamer and person with Down syndrome. She brings with her the voices and aspirations of a community rarely seen on stage in an uplifting performance with video, dance and song.

“A shared, joyous experience of the rarest kind.”

★★★★ — The West Australian

“(Julia’s) passion shines through in a collaborative work that is…clever, poignant and funny.”

★★★★★ — ArtsHub

DIRECTOR Clare Watson

SET & COSTUME DESIGNER Tyler Hill

LIGHTING DESIGNER Joe Hooligan Lui

SOUND DESIGNER & COMPOSER Rachael Dease

VIDEO DESIGNER Michael Carmody

MOVEMENT DIRECTOR Laura Boynes

DRAMATURG Deborah May

FILMMAKER Lincoln McKinnon

CAST INCLUDES Julia Hales, Joshua Bott, Patrick Carter, Tina Fielding, Mark Junor, Melissa Junor, Lauren Marchbank

SUITABILITY 12+

Prices: $35.00 to $88.00

Book via http://www.bsstc.com.au

More Information at https://www.bsstc.com.au/plays/you-know-we-belong-together-0

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    Event Showings

    20 to 31 March, 2019

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    Price

    Ticketed event

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    Location

    State Theatre Centre of Western Australia

    174-176 William St

    Perth WA 6000

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    Accessibility

    Assisted Listening

    Audio Description

    Closed Captioning

    Wheelchair Access