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Tequila Mockingbird

When:

Wed 19 Oct 2016, 7:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Empire Theatres, 54-56 Neil Street, Toowoomba City, Toowoomba & District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Empire Cardholder: $35.00
  • Adult: $43.00
  • Concession: $39.00
  • Youth 25 and below: $25.00
  • Groups +6 : $39.00
  • School Groups 10+ : $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Empire Theatre

The creative powerhouse behind the smash-hit, critically-acclaimed productions Animal Farm, 1984 and Wuthering Heights return with a new Australian play.

Directed by Michael Futcher and featuring a cast of some of Queensland’s finest actors, Tequila Mockingbird visits themes of racial prejudice, the perversion of justice and the consequences of alcohol abuse, all in a uniquely Australian context. After a woman is attacked in a remote Australian town, the racist underbelly rears its head as the community targets a young Indian doctor who has recently relocated to the area. Only one local man possesses the strength to uncover the truth and defend the accused in the ultimate fight for what’s right but first, he must take care of other matters, a little closer to home. Nominated for six 2014 Matilda Awards and winning Best Mainstage Production - don’t miss this bold, brave new work examining a darker side of Australian culture lurking just below the surface.