Christina: A Story With Music
Text and Music by: Tom Pitts
Directed by: Celeste Cody
'...and the film has been played back so many times that the reel is over-exposed and damaged. Like an old ring you never take off.'
There was a boy and there was a girl, and the boy was in love with the girl, and she was called Christina, and he saw her every year, and he saw her for three weeks.
And after they stopped seeing each other, and he could only think about her, he can’t stop thinking about her, and why they don’t see each other anymore.
Because Christina wanted to go away somewhere, and even though he doesn’t really know why she wanted to go away or where she wanted to go away, he wanted to go with her.
Venue: Collingwood Underground Carpark Cnr Perry and Harmsworth St Collingwood.
Dates: Thurs 24 June @ 8pm Gala Opening night with drinks and nibbles
Fri 25-Sat 26 June @ 8pm
Tues 29-Sat 3 June @ 8pm
Tix: $18 Full, $15 Conc
Tightarse Tuesday: All tickets $12
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We will email you back confirmation of your ticket booking. Tickets can be collected and paid for at the door on the night of performance. There are no EFTPOS or credit facilities, CASH ONLY.
Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets may be resold if not collected by 7:55.
The Underground Carpark is fully wheelchair accessible.
Bookings can be made up until 4pm on the day of the performance.
The bar will be open from 7:30pm each night and will open again after the show.
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