It is with sadness and concern for our artists that we will be postponing this production
We hope to re-program this production in 2021 and trust you will understand the need for this decision at this time.
We strongly encourage anyone who has bought a ticket to consider making this a donation to the artists involved. This is a very unnerving time for all, but the independent arts sector is, as always, particularly vulnerable. The artists have been working very hard and we hope to support them as best as we can. We have set up the possibility of donating directly to artists.
The 80th Anniversary Tour (1940-2020) to Katyń Forest with Uncle Joe @ Friends
Welcome to Katyń! A little son et lumière? Join Stalina and her friends Hyby and Exy where the meaninglessnessless becomes meaningful. Jim Daly, Green Room-awarded actor and Helpmann nominee, brings together a superb team of theatre-makers to visit the most infamously-ignored crime of the Twentieth Century. Call yourself Aussie? Didn’t know the Japanese bombed Darwin 64 times? Ma-a…te! For sure you won’t know how many times Uncle Joe dropped it, individually, on the Poles in 1940 and made Mummies. Gesture and vocality get mashed. Get invaded, see the force! Obsession & grot. Feel… the It.
Writer & Director: Jim Daly
Direction Consultant: Iain Sinclair
Set Design: Peter Mumford
Photography: Darren Gill
Videography: Tatiana Doroshenko
‘stellar’ (Bottomless)Arts Review, 2018.
‘passionate performance’ (The Ghetto Cabaret)Theatre People, 2019