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2 hours (inc interval)
Recommended for ages 15+
Includes adult themes, occasional coarse language, smoke, confronting content and scenes depicting war and violence.‘The Mission’ contains depictions of, and in reference to, Aboriginal people who have passed away.
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General Public tickets on sale Wednesday 1 December.
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STARDUST tells the story of bandleader and trumpet player Col Brain. Before he died, Col placed his most prized life possessions into a cupboard and locked it up, never to be opened again.
Join us for a heart-warming musical quest to uncover what Col wanted us to know about his life by the things he left behind.
THE MISSION follows “Fighting Gunditjmara” man Allan McDonald off to war. As one of the first Aboriginal soldiers from Victoria to enlist, Allan fought at Gallipoli and Beersheba, only to be denied a soldier’s settlement upon return and forced from his traditional land.
“This show (Stardust) truly is a treat…”
“The Mission is a beautiful, touching, rich tribute…”
Supported by Regional Arts Victoria, Creative Victoria, Australian Government RISE Fund, Australia Council for the Arts, The Space Company, City of Stonnington, A F Make Culture Happen, The Robert Salzer Foundation.
Image by Sarah Walker
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