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ONE PUNCH WONDER
Written and directed by Amanda Crewes

July 16 @ 7pm

The Actors Hub Studios

Tickets: $25 and $20 concession

Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BSSFC

ONE PUNCH WONDER

Actors’ Hub Studios Production

7 pm  July 16th, 2021

How much damage does one punch really do?

Moving from a pub-side view of the confronting world of mateship, booze and violence to experiencing loss through the eyes of the grief-stricken, One Punch Wonder pulls up the page, and puts the culture of toxic masculinity under a microscope. Looking into the coward’s punch from all angles, it asks us: “How are we raising our boys?”

While touring our Western Australian communities in June, the cast of One Punch Wonder realised how desperate Australia is to openly talk about the cultural pressures of masculinity and the mental health of our men.

We are now more passionate than ever to keep that conversation going and to bring with it more conversations on the health and safety of our women and children. So we have decided to open up a performance of One Punch Wonder for the Perth community to join the conversation.

We are fundraising to help our fellow graduates follow in our tracks and make the move to Melbourne and Sydney. We are dedicating 100% of the proceeds of this performance to the Actors’ Hub Graduates of 2020 to finance their show Is There Anybody Out There? getting to the Sydney and Melbourne Fringe Festivals.

Originally performed as part of this year’s Perth Fringe Festival, Is There Anybody Out There? is the final chapter of The Blind Eye Trilogy –  which began with One Punch Wonder.

KEEPING OUR PATRONS SAFE

The Actors’ Hub takes the safety of its patrons, staff and students very seriously.

Seating will be arranged in line with government guidelines and physical-distancing requirements and where necessary, we reserve the right to adjust seating selections to ensure compliance with these conditions. For these reasons, we encourage you to book online.

The Western Australian Government introduced mandatory contact registers at relevant businesses and venues from 5 December 2020. Maintaining a contact register is an extra safety measure and one of the most effective ways to control the spread of COVID-19.

The Actors’ Hub recommends patrons download the free SAFE WA app which has been endorsed by the Department of Health before attending a show. By using the app you will be able to scan our unique QR code.

The use of SafeWA is encouraged however not mandatory, therefore The Actors’ Hub will also be maintaining a physical register. Patrons, staff, volunteers and contractors will be required to record their name, telephone number, date and arrival time. This information will be kept for 28 days. Learn more at WA.gov.au