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Deep and meaningful

Seymour Centre
Seymour Centre
Corner of City Road and Cleveland Street, Chippendale NSW 2006
Sound Lounge

Tuesday 13 September from 7pm to 7:55pm Wednesday 14 September from 7pm to 7:55pm Thursday 15 September from 9pm to 9:55pm Friday 16 September from 9pm to 9:55pm Saturday 17 September from 7pm to 7:55pm


Adult: $38.00Concession: $32.00

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You are invited to a house party. Tomorrow, the Earth will be eaten by a black hole. It's definitely not my fault.

Winner of the Sydney Fringe Tour Ready award, Deep and Meaningful is an absurdist poetry/comedy show that explores depression and modern fears about our limited time left on Earth. After a sell-out season at the New Zealand Fringe Festival, we are over the moon to bring this party to Sydney.

"Dick keeps us well entertained, with poetry, prose, games, and wish lists. Dick has poured her heart into the language of this show; her poetry is funny, precious, and loving. I feel like listening to Dick’s poetry is like soul food for me at this challenging time."

-Art Murmurs

" don’t want to miss Alayne Dick’s absurdist poetry/comedy show"


Alayne Dick is a writer and performer based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington, New Zealand. Her poems have been featured in the Australian Journal Cordite Poetry Review and New Zealand journals Sport and Stasis. She has also performed her poetry live on Radio New Zealand and had a poem featured on musician Pickle Darling's album Cosmonaut.

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