everything unknown

“On the other side of the world someone stands alone on a beach…

…Where they are, it’s cold, there’s a breeze, the sea moves towards the shore and the sky is grey. They know where you are feels different, it looks different, but it’s also the same. From there, they ask you to consider your surroundings, ask if you really believe in what you see in front of you. What are you really a part of? How much don’t we know and how much do we want to know?”

Presented by Gettin Hectic as part of Fringeworld, Perth, Western Australia, everything unknown is an audio journey for one person wearing headphones, which takes you onto the beach and then to the other side of the world.

everything unknown considers our changing landscape and our inability to control the breeze.

The work ran from 23rd January – 22nd February 2015 from Cottosloe Beach Hotel, Western Australia.

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“everything unknown is definitely a ‘must experience’ this Fringe. Be prepared to lose 30 mins of your day to gain a whole lot of serenity, reflection and peace.”

“An interesting and unique experience”

“One of the most immersive performances I have had the pleasure of experiencing”

“This is exactly the kind of theatre you need to see to understand what ‘fringe’ theatre means; edgy, pushing the boundaries and telling an engaging story”

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