How on earth do we navigate our rapidly changing world? What are the solutions to the multitude of issues we are now facing? Will enough of us rise up to the challenges and provide the leadership we seek for the future?
Byron Youth Theatre’s original production How on Earth (Part 2) funded by NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Country Arts Support Program Regional Arts NSW and Northern Rivers Community Foundation, and supported by the Brunswick Picture House and the Joyality Project, is back after selling out last year!!
This original, dynamic play takes the audience on an intriguing journey exploring those hard to face questions! Set in a possible, not too distant future, an inspired young person and her friends seek to learn new ways of being from a parallel world to help save themselves and their home planet, but will it work? Featuring a mesmerising music score, stunning projection compilation and awesome set design by local artists!
FINAL COMMUNITY PERFORMANCE
EASTER MONDAY, 5 APRIL @ 7PM
— Duration: Approximately 1 hour.
INSIDE SEATING $20 (plus booking fee)
Watch the show live, seated in our venue. LIMITED CAPACITY of 150 Inside Seats.
Please note that tickets for this event are strictly limited to 150 patrons INSIDE per session. This event will be run in accordance with COVID-safe and social distancing guidelines, to ensure the health and well-being of our patrons, our staff and our performers. If guidelines allow, further tickets may be released at a later date.
VENUE INFORMATION: Please note the Brunswick Picture House is located in Brunswick Heads NSW, in the Northern Rivers region (NOT in Brunswick VIC). Please select your tickets carefully as no refund or credit will be granted for errors in identifying the venue location.