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Moving Parts: The Best, The Fairest, The First

Where: Gasworks Arts Park, Cnr Graham and Pickles Streets, Albert Park, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full - Single Ticket: $45.59 ($45.00 + $0.59 fees)
  • Concession/ Under 30- Single Ticket: $40.52 ($40.00 + $0.52 fees)
  • Locals Night - Single Ticket: $30.39 ($30.00 + $0.39 fees)
  • Group 6+: $30.39 ($30.00 + $0.39 fees)
  • Companion: $0.00 ($0.00)
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Listed by: MarisaC

Behind every Australian sportswoman, there’s an unsung heroine who blazed the trail …

Causing a fluttering of hearts with their risqué bathing costumes in 1912, winning the hearts of cricket fans across the nation in 1958, and getting to the heart of what it means to be an Australian Sportswoman in 2021 – Olympic hopes high, but who’s doing the school drop-off today? – the women featured in The Best, The Fairest, The First will surprise and delight you.

From Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie, the first women to compete in an Olympic swimming event, to cricketer Faith Thomas Coulthard OAM, the first indigenous woman to represent Australia in an international sport, The Best, The Fairest, The First turns back the pages of Australian history to uncover some remarkable sporting Firsts – unsung heroines who, against the odds, blazed a trail for the stars of today. In this collection of short plays, champion marathon runner Sinead Diver is also celebrated, together with unstoppable local athlete Monica Wong – and a Paralympic gold medallist whose achievements are nothing short of extraordinary.

Created for International Women’s Day 2021, The Best, The Fairest, The First follows on from the one-night show The Best and Fairest, which was presented at Gasworks for IWD 2020.

Babes in arms policy: Children under two years are complimentary when not occupying a seat.

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