TYPE: PERFORMANCE, POSTPONED
SPACE: MULTIPLE SPACES
WHEN: Exhibition open from 11am, Performances 6:30pm 30 Jun 2021 – 2 Jul 2021
COST: Free - tickets required
TICKETS: Register now
Update 25/06/21: Hi folks, please note that unfortunately we've had to postpone this show. Please see here for a personal message from Milk Crate Theatre CEO Jodie Wainwright. Stay tuned for the new show dates, and take care! x
How is home possible when it could be gone tomorrow?
For six years the residents of the Waterloo Housing Estate have been on standby to pack up and leave. Someone has a plan for the future, they are told. Nobody knows exactly who this future will be for. The only certainty is that one day, tomorrow or years from now, they will all receive a letter telling them their fate.
Join Milk Crate Theatre and residents of the Waterloo Housing Estate for this exciting performance and exhibition exploring how it feels to be kept on hold for so long.
107, 107 Redfern St, Redfern
Open daily from 11am Wednesday, 30 June 2021 until Friday, 2 July 2021.
Wednesday, 30 June at 6:30pm - Opening Night & Q+A
Thursday, 1 July at 6:30pm
Friday, 2 July at 12pm - Matinee
Friday, 2 July at 6:30pm - Closing
This project is facilitated by Artists James Dalton and Bethany Simons
Proudly supported by: Create NSW, Counterpoint Community Services, City of Sydney, Australia Turf Club Foundation, 107, Inner Sydney Voices, Debtfix