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Blow the Men Down


Presented by Flaming Carnations

Cross-dressing pirates and comedic capers - what more could you ask for?

Captain Marco Polo has had enough of women polluting the manly brand of piracy with all their womanly nonsense! So, he’s taking matters into his own hands and ridding the seas of their feminine nonsense.

To do so, he’ll need his rugged crew, who are all definitely, completely, surely, unequivocally, men. His plans, however, are waylaid by the discovery that there may, to his utter terror, be one of these meddlesome women aboard his ship.

Blow The Men Down is a comedic tale of cross-dressing, chaos, piracy, and ploys that’ll make you laugh so hard you’ll feel seasick!



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Blow the Men Down Sun 4th Aug 18:00 STANDARD
The Paint Factory - Filling Warehouse 115 Hyde Road, Yeronga 4104
$ 30.00
Blow the Men Down Sun 4th Aug 18:00 CONCESSION
$ 25.00
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    Comedy, Theatre



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    The Paint Factory – Filling Warehouse


    75 mins

  • Premiere

    World Premiere


    Wheelchair accessible - Main entrance wheelchair access - Step-free access - No hearing loop - Accessible bathrooms - Reserved accessible parking - On-street parking for permit holders - Assistance dogs are allowed in all areas of the venue - Standing only - Please check with the venue for all accessibility information


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    Warehouse hub venue Licensed to serve alcohol. No food available.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we present Anywhere Festival, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their stories continue to play.