For the first time, Fremantle Ports presents live, roving theatre on Victoria Quay, dramatising the historical icons of the port in three powerful nights of theatre on Fremantle’s own West End stage. Starring Paul Rowe, place activator and atmosphere coordinator at Perth Theatre Trust, and well-known director, writer, and performer Ross Vegas, accompanied by drama students from John Curtin College of the Arts.
The audience will travel on foot and in time, following the stories of a US Submarine Commander, enigmatic bohemian artist Kathleen O’Connor, a fire on the Panamanian, the lumpers’ riot and more. The mobile performance will bring historical characters to life as the audience is moved along Victoria Quay. The performance has been written for the enjoyment of the whole family and is engaging, tragic, romantic and whimsical, as the characters of Victoria Quay and their stories are brought to life with costume, drama and song.
Tickets are available at Eventbrite with all proceeds going to the Flying Angel Club. Visiting international seafarers are no longer permitted shore leave due to WA’s COVID restrictions but are generously supported through the work of the Flying Angel Mission to Seafarers.
Dates: Thursday 4 November, Friday 5 November and Saturday 6 November
Times: 2 shows per night, starting at 6.30pm and 7.30pm
Tickets: $10, book here. (Tickets are strictly limited.)
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