7 Shows 09 Apr - 14 Apr
Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre
Cnr Sydney & Glenlyon Rds, BrunswickGet directions
Licensed venue. Under 18s must be accompanied by a Parent or Legal Guardian.
Wheelchair accessible. Advise ticket staff of access requirements when buying tickets. Please arrive 15min early.
$22 - $40
Steve and Joe’s relationship has survived volatile dinner parties, clashes over décor, disagreements about movies and...a stroke.
One year after his near death experience Joe gets an even bigger shock; Steve proposes marriage. There’s only one problem, Australia won’t legalise same-sex marriage. Determined to tie the knot the boys head to Bali, where the palms sway, the locals charm and the bogans swill Bintang in their knock-off Ed Hardy’s.
Travel with Steve and Joe and experience their every up, every down and every surprise bowel movement. Join the boys’ family and friends as they test their resolve with hawkers, stretch their comfort zones around intimacy, expose their feelings about marriage and pill-pop their way through an all-nighter in a drag bar.
The sequel to 2010’s Midsumma Festival hit, From Arsehole to Breakfast will make you cry a little, cringe a little and laugh a lot.
Gala Benefit performance on Wed 10 April.http://www.neversayalways.com.au
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