‘Appalling Behaviour’ at the Deckchair Theatre

Aug 2 2011 19:30

As a part of Homeless Persons’ Week 2011, St Patrick’s Community Support Centre are proud to present the award-winning Play ‘Appalling Behaviour’ at the Deckchair Theatre (Victoria Hall, High St)  in Fremantle – Tuesday 2 August at 7:30pm

Direct from sell-out performances across the country, the play is a powerful and poetic one-man show by multi-award winning Sydney playwright and actor Stephen House.

Join Stephen for an unforgettable journey into the darkest corners of the Parisian underworld where the language of  homelessness has no boundaries….

Written on the Streets of Paris, where he lived for some time in preparation for the play, this acclaimed performance tells the story of a man living on the very ‘edge’- a man who many of us may have stepped over once or twice in order to continue on our busy way.

Appalling Behaviour offers humour, heart and honesty and frames lingering questions of humanity that remain long after the show is over.

“This is a masterful production which speaks loudly of the invisible people who are homeless in our society” – The West Australian

“A compelling in your face drama.. Brutally honest, devastatingly real” – Sunday Mail

Don’t miss this unique evening of entertainment and making a difference.


call St Patrick’s on 9430 7974
Or simply reserve your tickets via email - admin@stpats.com.au and they’ll call you!

$35 per person.  ($30 concession)
Unreserved Seating
Deckchair Theatre (Victoria Hall) 179 High St, Fremantle
Donations for Silent Auction Items –also welcome!

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