By Kirsty Marillier
22 - 25 April 2020
A beat up Toyota.
“I need a 50 bag. Help a girl out?”
Climb into the backseat and join Kuda and Shay as they munch on chicken nuggets, chat shit and bop to Chance the Rapper while they wait for the enigmatic Bill to arrive. Uni is tough, jobs are rough and after a recent run in with the law, this teenage pair attempt to navigate their fractured life-long friendship. But can trust be regained and wounds healed as Kuda and Shay’s sisterhood is put to the ultimate test?
From the pen of Kirsty Marillier, Kush is an intimate performance work and a small story about big dreams.
Image: Olena Sergienko
Director Jennifer Rani
With Nancy Denis, Chemon Theys
Looking for a cracking Sunday read from The Saturday Paper? We love this profile of our AD @d_cl_n_gr__n_, written with flair by @dowsteve! #Griffin2020
New podcast! Angela Catterns listens to
@sacha_horler and Lucy and Hilary Bell tell stories of growing up in and around the Stables Theatre. Listen here: https://t.co/juTgoEAhuy #50YearsoftheStables
Tonight! Roshelle Fong's THIRSTY! kicks off three nights of experimental online works, curated by our friends at Google's Creative Lab. Tune in to our YouTube channel at 7pm and watch an intriguing noir thriller unfold: https://t.co/hDf8XRUUXs #Thirsty #WeWontLeafYou
What @cassietongue said. Check out her twitter thread for an excellent round-up of iso-theatre to keep you sated over the next week! #Thirsty #WeWontLeafYou
This Thursday! Roshelle Fong's THIRSTY! gets an encore performance, streaming live on Griffin's YouTube channel, courtesy of our friends at Google's Creative Lab. Don your deerstalker hats, fellow iDetectives, and join us for a spot of interactive theatre: https://t.co/Q2FAoeeVez