Artists: post | Mish Grigor, Zoë Coombs Marr & Natalie Rose
Dates: 20 & 27 January 7.30pm | 21 & 28 January, 2.30pm and 7:30pm
Tickets: General Admission $30 / $26 + booking fee | Recommended for ages 16+
Campbelltown Arts Centre and Sydney Festival are proud to present Ich Nibber Dibber, a new theatre work by Australian performance ensemble, post.
With a script developed from 10 years of recorded personal conversations, Ich Nibber Dibber maps the lives and practices of three women coming of age in the 21st Century. A single conversation spanning a decade of friendship, bowel movements, birthing moans and tongue piercings. Lying somewhere between drama, comedy and political commentary, Ich Nibber Dibber looks at what it means to be a woman, an artist, and the way we make sense of the world in conversation with those nearest to us.
post are Zoë Coombs Marr, Mish Grigor and Natalie Rose, a collaborative performance ensemble based in Sydney. Their work has been presented by Sydney Theatre Company, Arts House and Belvoir St Theatre. Their work is often concerned with the political, and attempts to engage with issues of control, gender, identity and politics in a way that is funny, engaging, and accessible (but not always). Their most recent work was Oedipus Schmoedipus, was a joint commission from Belvoir St Theatre and Sydney Festival, supported by Performance Space, Arts House and Bundanon Trust.
Ich Nibber Dibber is co-presented by Campbelltown Arts Centre and Sydney Festival. Ich Nibber Dibber is supported by the Federal Government through Australia Council for the Arts, its funding and advisory body, and by the NSW Government through Arts NSW. Ich Nibber Dibber was originally developed with the support of Playwriting Australia and Bundanon Trust. Campbelltown Arts Centre is a cultural facility of Campbelltown City Council and is assisted by the NSW Government through Arts NSW.