RUCKUS in partnership with Epic Arts, Cambodia in association with PACT centre for emerging artists presents
Life at city speed is never easy…for some it is almost impossible. How might you navigate our modern culture when you are unable to process information like most around you? How do you learn to adapt? Could tuning into other people who share a similar nature hold the clues? Does nature itself show you the way? Perhaps the answers are buried in the sands of southern Cambodia? Or scattered in the stars above?
Companion card holders & groups please phone to book.
Full $25 Concession/ Groups 10+ $15
Wednesday May 25th 7:30pm Opening Night- Sold out
Thursday May 26th 12:30pm & 7:30pm
Friday May 27th 12:30pm & 7:30pm
Saturday May 28th 12:30pm & 7:30pm
Join the cast for a free Q & A session after the performances on Thursday May 26th 12:30, Friday May 27th 7:30pm and Saturday May 28th 12:30pm.
Performances on Friday May 27th 7:30pm and Saturday May 28th 12:30pm will be Auslan interpreted.
PACT centre for emerging artists
107 Railway Pde
PACT is an accessible venue.
Train Erskineville station (250m)
Newtown station (closest accessible 900m)
Bus 355 Bust stop (250m), Newtown (900m)
Taxi Erskineville Rd taxi stand (300m)
Car Railway Pde has unlimited free parking
Lighting Designer & operator
Technical Coordinator & operator
Steve Wilson-Alexander & Jocelyne Lamarche
as well as our amazing Crowdfunding backers
RUCKUS is a Sydney based disability led contemporary performance ensemble who through their performances smash stereotypes and challenge audience’s preconceptions of what people with disability are capable of achieving. Speed of Life is their second major production. You can read more about us here.