Theatre: The Inconsequential Lives of Little Fish

9 September 2018

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4-22 September @ The Blue Room Theatre ·
Presented by Frieda, Sam and Friends ·

A fisherman catches himself a wife, and so begins this charming love story. The Inconsequential Lives of Little Fish is an unlikely romance set in a world filled with corruption and greed.

With two mouths to feed and another on the way, our fisherman takes a job at the helm of a delivery boat headed towards the big city. On the journey a storm wrecks the boat and leaves our couple with an enormous debt. They are conned into bonded labour – the fisherman is trafficked and his wife is put to work in a fish processing factory.

Written by Malcolm Robertson Foundation award recipient Frieda Lee (All His Beloved Children), this is a heartfelt two hander with a dark twist.

4 – 8 September 8:30pm
11 – 15 September 7:00pm
18 – 22 September 8:30

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