The religion which is AFL footy meets two religious fans who turn the footy landscape on its head.

To many football is a religion, yet what happens when two footy fans, one Christian and one Buddhist, adapt a unique colloquial approach to the game which we love?  Seen through the disability lense of autism and schizophrenia, Football Evangelism shows a journey of discovery. Who are we?  How does what we love shape us?  And how does going public with passions reveal our inner most character?  This play answers these questions in a tale of comradery between two friends. 

‘Little Brother, Big Sister’ is a love letter to those diagnosed with schizophrenia and the people who care for them…It is must-see theatre.‘  – Theatre Travels on previous play of the playwright Michel Paul Tuomy

Image by Fiona Tuomy

Access Information:

Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.

75% Aural rating Symbol

Aural Rating 75%: Mainly sound-based, with visuals only incidental to the work, so blind or low vision audiences can have close to the full experience of the event.