Lé Nør [the rain]

The Last Great Hunt | 13 - 24 Feb

WORLD PREMIERE

From the multi-award winning team behind It’s Dark Outside, The Irresistible, New Owner and Alvin Sputnik comes a deeply romantic visual extravaganza that will reignite your love of humanity.

A faux foreign film performed live each night, Perth theatre makers The Last Great Hunt combine cinematic mastery and theatrical magic to tell interwoven stories of love in a world that’s falling apart.

Somewhere in the northern seas lies the small island nation of Sólset. Once a thriving metropolis, a decades-long drought has plagued the community and only a hopeful few remain.

Lé Nør [the rain] invites the audience to witness both the onscreen story and the behind-the-scenes action in a nostalgic celebration of everything worth fighting for.

Presented in association with Perth Festival.

Co-commissioned by PICA, Perth Festival and Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.

CREATIVE TEAM

Created by: Adriane Daff, Arielle Gray, Chris Isaacs, Tim Watts

Director: Tim Watts

Sound Design: Ben Collins

Set Design: Anthony Watts

Set and Costume Design: Caitri Jones

Production Manager: Michael Maclean

Performed by: Gita Bezard, Adriane Daff, Jeffrey Jay Fowler, Arielle Gray, Chris Isaacs, Jo Morris and Tim Watts

  • Date & Time

    Season
    13 – 17 & 20 – 24 February
    Show CANCELLED: Friday 15 February, 8PM
    Show ADDED: Saturday 23 February, 3PM

    Times
    Wed – Sat 8pm, Sun 6.30pm

  • Location

    PICA Performance Space

  • Tickets

    Adult $55
    Concession $53
    PICA Member $50
    Full time student $25

    Tickets on sale here.

  • Duration

    90 minutes

  • WARNING

    Sexual references, mild coarse language, flashing/strobing lighting effects and adult themes, including references to suicide and self-harm that some audiences may find confronting.

    Recommended Ages 15+

  • Accessibility

    Performed with English subtitles

    Wheelchair accessible

  • Related Events

    Post Show Q&A
    Sat 16 Feb: 9.30pm

  • Mandurah Season

    Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
    Thursday 28 Feb, 8pm
    Friday 1 March, 11am and 8pm
    Saturday 2 March, 8pm
    More information