Sometimes It’s Hot Like The Sun
5-7 & 12-14 November
Elements Collective, Fortitude Valley
A post-apocalyptic love song to humanity, re-framing an environmental crisis to explore femininity at the end of the world.
Directed by Zed Hopkins & Karina White, Sometimes It’s Hot Like the Sun is a bubbling exploration of humanity. It’s a ruckus that celebrates the hilarity and chaos of the human experience by investigating how we understand our personal and shared identities in a world on the brink of collapse.
This contemporary piece of Australian theatre was written by Brisbane playwrights, Madeleine Border and Honor Webster-Mannison, before being published by Playlab in 2020. In partnership with the playwrights, Imperfect Creatives will be producing the first redevelopment of the work since its publication, with a cast including Meg Bowden, George Harris & Brie Jurss.
$30 tickets including a drink on arrival ~ beer, wine, spirits or soft drink. Table service provided. Discounted tickets ($27) are available for groups of 5+. Unfortunately, Elements Collective is not a wheelchair accessible space.