Thursday 20 January from 7:30pm to 9pm Friday 21 January from 7:30pm to 9pm Saturday 22 January from 2pm to 3:30pm Saturday 22 January from 6pm to 7:30pm Sunday 23 January from 5pm to 6:30pm Monday 24 January from 7:30pm to 9pm Tuesday 25 January from 7:30pm to 9pm
How can we look at the wildflower, when the seeds of the earth will be dead in an hour?
A Grain of Sand is a show where the audience plays judge and jury, in the trial of the century.
Aedan is stuck in a room with Monica, an AI replication of his missing girlfriend. Committed to getting a confession from the clearly guilty party, a mysterious figure has Aedan trapped in a loop – living out his life with Monica again and again, waiting for something to crack. What Aedan doesn't know is that the entire thing is being live streamed to a public audience, who will get to decide his fate. A Grain of Sand queries how justice can function in the public eye, and who gets to decide what is right in our technological age.
Queen Hades Productions is proud to present its debut work A Grain of Sand - an original play written by the 2021 recipient of NIDA’s Ken Healey Innovation Writing Award, Declan Coyle, and directed by Margaret Thanos. Making its debut as part of Panimo’s Pandemonium Festival, A Grain of Sand asks audiences to think about memory and who gets to have the final say on what is real.
Opening Panimo’s inaugural Pandemonium Festival, Queen Hades Productions is excited to present a production that promises that no two nights will be the same. A combined effort between KXT bAKEHOUSE and Panimo, the Panimo Pandemonium Festival sees Panimo take over KXT in 8 weeks of kaleidoscopic mayhem presenting 15 new works by early emerging artists as well as workshops, developments and meet-ups.
With a limited run of 6 shows, A Grain of Sand stars Enoch Li as Aedan, Kelly Robinson as Monica and Susanna Pang as II. An exciting production looking at technology and its part to play in the justice system, this show is definitely not one to be missed!