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The Actors' Hub Studios Inc.

Is There Anybody Out There?

Where
King Street
Newtown NSW 2042
Newtown High School of the Performing Arts – The Studio
When

Wednesday 28 September from 7:30pm to 9pm Thursday 29 September from 4pm to 5:30pm Friday 30 September from 5:30pm to 7pm Sunday 2 October from 4pm to 5:30pm

Cost

Adult: $35Concession: $29

Is romantic love real or an illusion? From the ancient, epic romance of Tristan and Isolde to the thrills and chills of love in our current culture, Is There Anybody Out There? explores love and its dangerous games through the passions and perils of romance, and uncovers the real cost of falling in love in our modern world.

Touring from Western Australia for its Sydney Fringe premiere, Is There Anybody Out There? looks at romance from all angles, with the actors moving from the traditional, fairytale romance of Tristan and Isolde, to the verbatim recollections of survivors, healthcare workers, police, politicians and perpetrators. Is There Anybody Out There? is a 360 degree exploration of the dark side of what it means to fall in love in our modern world.

The final instalment of The Blind Eye Trilogy, Is There Anybody Out There? explores the idea of romantic love, and aims to start the conversation about the uprising of domestic violence in our culture. 

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"The actors brought this to life in such a sensitive and compelling way, a powerful, powerful show.” - Dr Anne Aly, Minister for Youth of Australia, Ambassador for Is There Anybody Out There?

Covid-safe information

This production complies with the current Covid safety guidelines as set out by the NSW government.

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