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The Nose


Tue 26 Sep 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Wed 27 Sep 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Thu 28 Sep 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Fri 29 Sep 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Sat 30 Sep 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Sun 1 Oct 2017, 5:15pm–7:15pm

Where: Mechanics Institute, Corner of Sydney & Glenlyon Roads, Brunswick, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00
  • Concession: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: jamesjcksn166

Born out of the wintery depths of a suburban backyard shed, contemporary Melbourne theatre group The Bloomshed are taking their latest work on the road to get a whiff of the bigtime. Emerging writer and theatre maker James Jackson, in collaboration with actors Elizabeth Brennan and Tom Molyneux, has taken inspiration from Russian author Nikolai Gogol’s famous eponymous short story and turned it into something reflective of the dystopian post-paradise of 2017.

A CEO is crying in front of a mirror. A severed nose is lying on the floor. There are inspirational quotes plastered everywhere—we can all be heroes—just make sure you don’t stop producing. Disparate narratives collide around the missing appendage; a psychotic, hallucinatory journey as people start falling to pieces. The Nose is an attempt to locate the systems that exploit our bodies.

The Bloomshed creates new things by cannibalizing the old, The Nose, is the company’s latest attempt to consume a classic, written by an author who starved himself to death. This is agit-prop political theatre raised from the dead and zombified. Like everything else, The Nose is a rotting corpse, animated, moaning and stumbling around for your pleasure.

The Nose has been selected to perform at the immense warehouse space of the HPG Festival Hub at the Sydney Fringe Festival. At the Melbourne Fringe Festival, we are proud to be presenting at the Brunswick Mechanics Institute; one of the first performances in the venue since being managed by dynamic arts organisation Next Wave, with a focus on emerging contemporary art.

“James Jackson is Kafkaesque without any of the boringness of Kafka.” - Sometimes Melbourne