Four blokes, four beers, one hour and one actor. This honest and darkly funny tale will introduce you to four mates who meet at the same bar at the same time every year. But this year, it’s different….
Not just for the blokes, this smart and witty play explores masculinity, mateship, sexuality and relationships. Ultimately it is a man’s 21st century guide to emotional fulfilment (or not … Maybe it’s just about sex).
Presented by Brisbane’s up-and-coming theatre company, Wax Lyrical, the direction of Zoë Tuffin ensures this show will touch the hearts of the toughest Aussies.
Staged at Blackwall in the old ice cream factory, 51 Mollison St, West End as part of Anywhere Theatre Festival, Bloke is written and performed by Shane Pike and raises questions about Australian masculinity and the troubles faced by our young men (drinking, violence etc). But its not all dark. ‘Bloke’ is a funny and surprisingly touching tale, where the audience get to have a beer with a bloke, George, as he spins a yarn.
Duration: 60 mins
** Please be advised that Blackwall has no disabled access. *
16/51 Mollison Street – West End