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UNEND - Adelaide Fringe 2016

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An intriguing story of two women, their past and future
Presented by Never Never Theatre Company, UNEND is now in Adelaide after successful sold out season at the Sydney Fringe.

UNEND is the work of emerging playwright artist Harry Black; it's intrigue, eccentricity and characters will captivate you right to the end.

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Two women meet at an apocalyptic Sydney's Botanic Gardens, a wall of fire ahead of them threatens to devastate everything along its path, and the ocean boils at the Harbour.

These women presumably don't know each other and have met in this unfortunate situation at a park bench. Their personalities and intrigue will make them share stories, create guidelines and script a story, soon they will rely and use each other to survive.

UNEND reflects a sober crimson stage and few props, however the characters' strength, the fluidity of language and constant intrigue of these two women's destinies will have you on edge, slightly confused and tying loose ends to find out why, how and where it all ends.

UNEND is now showing at The White Queen (The Queens Theatre)on Playhouse Lane in Adelaide's CBD, until the 6th of March, show starts at 6pm.

Tickets are selling out, so be quick and click here to purchase yours!

Ticket Prices: Adult: $20.00, Companion Card, Concession: $15.00, Honey Pot, TREv: $15.00
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Why? For a melodramatic Fringe show
When: March 3rd,4th,5th and 6th 6pm to 7pm
Where: Queens Theatre
Cost: From $15
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