pondlife

Martin is the new kid at school among a sea of unfamiliar faces. Sharon’s the class bully and she doesn’t like Martin one bit. Then Simon McGurk comes along. He’s wildly different to Martin, but they become the best of buddies. Until, one day, Martin does something that will poison their friendship forever.

Directed by renowned international director Gill Robertson, The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk examines the fragile nature of friendship in the schoolyard and how hard it can be to stay true to yourself and your friends.

A stunning success last year, The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk is back.

 

Back to season 

  • Port Hedland

    Matt Dann Theatre

    31 August, 2015 -

  • Geraldton

    Queens Park Theatre

    4 September, 2015 -

  • Bunbury

    Bunbury Entertainment Centre

    8 September, 2015 -

  • Margaret River

    Arts Margaret River

    10 September, 2015 -

  • Kwinana

    Koorliny Arts Centre

    12 September, 2015 -

  • Thornlie

    Don Russell Performing Arts Centre

    14 September, 2015 -

  • Kalgoorlie

    Goldfields Arts Centre

    16 September, 2015 - 17 July, 2015

  • Wellington, NZ

    Capital E Festival

    16 March, 2015 - 21 March, 2015

3 – 21 August
Venue Requirement flat clear space approx. 12m x 8m
Cost Students $9 (Performance minimum $850, maximum students 100)
In schools touring bookings
Christie Sistrunk (08) 9380 3085 or education@barkinggecko.com.au

Creative Team

DEVISER ANDY MANLEY
DIRECTOR GILL ROBERTSON
WRITER ROB EVANS
SOUND DESIGNER DANNY KRASS

Cast

PERFORMER MARKO JOVANOVIC

Sponsors