Presented by steelebar theatre
Pieces of Tin written and directed by Malcolm Steele, is a new Australian play that explores the notions of family, love, relationships, secrets and war.
It was written in 2008 and received support from Metro Arts that enabled Malcolm to work with dramaturg, Peter Matheson, to see it to fruition. Finally, after three previous attempts, the work has found it’s feet in the Anywhere Festival, 2021.
It was always going to be in a house. It was always going to be about family. And pieces of tin. What do they really mean and represent? Do they have value? Some would say yes, they do. Others, though, might say, I would rather have the person back. They are only, pieces of tin.
A family on Anzac Day, how more Australian could that be? Dad served in World War 2. Oldest brother in Vietnam. He’s been away for awhile but has come back home. It’s special. He’s brought his grown up son. A catch up. Brekkie, lunch, a few drinks. A day to remember.
If you liked The One Day of the Year, Vietnam, The Sullivans you might like this.
Connect to the performer
$15 – 20
Private Residence Northgate
Brisbane, QLD 4014 Australia
Date & Time
May 15 @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
New or Existing Work
Malcolm Steele Other Performances
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