Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir - East Van to Adelaide Season
Patrick Keating’s captivating new play is the real-life story of years spent in and out of Canada’s penitentiary system; a story about a man’s search for community: the community of the street, the community of prison, and of the theatre.
A part of the HST ON-SCREEN PROGRAM. The show has been recorded and will play in the new cinema lounge in Ruby's at Holden Street Theatres.
“Dark funny…a vivid and necessary reminder that people in prison are, first and foremost, human beings.” – THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
“wry and insightful” – VANCOUVER IS AWESOME
Presented by: The Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Fringe Award, Patrick Keating in collaboration with The Cultch (East Vancouver, Canada), Richard Jordan Productions (UK) and East Van to Adelaide in association with ZOO
Holden Street Theatres strive to create work for South Australian Artists and Arts Workers by making and presenting theatrical productions of the highest calibre. Founded in 2002 and based in Hindmarsh ee continue to develop new strategies to create employment opportunities and support the cultural future of South Australia.
We are dedicated to the professional development and production of theatre and the support emerging companies.
We strive for cultural and artistic significance on a local, national and international scale and we are passionate about building exchange programs between Holden Street and international companies.
Holden Street Theatres has local, national and international recognition as the home of theatre during Fringe.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
Patrick Keating’s real-life monologue about a life spent in and out of the juvenile and adult prison system is remarkable - Patrick McDonald, The Advertiser
Keating has an awesome capacity to bring you right along with him on his life’s journey - David Grybowski, Barefoot Review
Keating’s performance is engaging – his career on stage and screen (and inside) has imbued an otherwise slight, wispy man with outsized... - Sahil Choujar, heckler