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Tue 24 Oct 2017, 11:00am–12:05pm

Where: Forge Theatre & Arts Hub, 80 McKean Street, Bairnsdale, Lakes and Wilderness

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Adults: $23.00
  • Concession: $19.00
  • Group 8+: $19.00
  • Children and Students: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Because we all hate cancer.

"Let me start by telling you i'm ok. I'm ok, just in a small situation involving a pesky cancer tumour in my left nork, but i'm not dying and i'm the luckiest person in the entire world."

Jokes, truths, and one or two poignant bits from acclaimed Melbourne comic, Lana Schwarcz, who survived breast cancer. Everyone hates cancer. Good. Let's hate it together with gags, animated projections, and some characters you might meet along the way. Hilarious, poignant and frank, this is a must see from anyone who has ever found themselves lying awake at night worrying about cancer. Lovely Lady Lump reminds us of our ability to take the power back from our fears if we just laugh at them....Or at least with them.

A mixture of daftness, defiance, comedy, wit and observation ( including moments of puppetry and ballet) where Lana relives what it's like to be medicalised, scanned and bombarded with radiation.

This is a play for survivors and health workers.

"Gutsy and gleeful...An experience of rare candour, compassion and insight." - Theatreview NZ

"Uproariously funny, devastating and heartfelt." - The Residents NZ

Warnings: Nudity within context, occasional strong coarse language

Doors open at 10:00 am for fundraising and stalls. Free Daytime series Morning Tea in the Theatre foyer from 10:30am. Performance begins at 11:00am sharp.