"krishnan's Dairy " & "scraps"
Nambour

"krishnan's Dairy " & "scraps"
Acclaimed theatre collective 3bCreative presents two plays both timely stories of adaption, immigration, adjustment and sometimes isolation.

"Krishnan's Dairy", reportedly New Zealand's favourite play, by NZ playwrights Jacob Rajan and Justin Lewis , has toured the globe justly garnering rave reviews.

This colourful and exuberant show centres on the travails of a migrant couple, Gobi and Zina Krishnan , who emigrated from India to New Zealand to start a family and run a milk bar. Juggling the demands of running a small business in a strange country, and the ordinary stresses of married life, beget endless frustrations - some comic, some not so. Woven through is the story of Shah Jahan who built the Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for his favourite wife.
and
"Scraps" - a new gem by local playwright, Joy Hinckley - Two philosophical Brisbane Ibises try to come to terms with history. You'll never look at Bin Chickens ( maybe even history) in quite the same way ever again!
When:
Friday at 7.00pm 31-May-2024
Where:
Old Ambulance Centre, Black Box Theatre
Howard St
Nambour
Contact:
Anne Grant
e: atgrant@3bcreative.live
Book:
Book via ticketing agent.
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