'One Long Night In The Land Of Nod' by Duncan Graham

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2 Venues

The Pocket at Stirling Fringe

Stirling Lawns / Piccadillyangga (Coventry Library Lawns), 63 Mt Barker Rd, Stirling, SA, 5152

Black Box Theatre

Noel Lothian Hall, Adelaide Botanic Garden, Hackney Road, Adelaide 5000

Enter via Hackney Rd / Plane Tree Dr (first left turn into car park 39 - next to International Rose Garden)

Content warnings: 18+

  • 2019 award winner
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About this event

After his fall from grace, lawyer Kane returns to the family sheep station for the first time in ten years. He finds his father dying of leukemia, and his resentful younger brother Aaron ready and armed. Over one long night, a bitter battle over the family property rages between them. This gritty tale is a poetic retelling of the infamous Cain and Abel, with an unexpected twist.

This is the second Adelaide Fringe for the Cabbages & Kings Collective, after their award-nominated premiere season of 'Blink' by Phil Porter

"Refreshingly natural and thoroughly enjoyable ... appealing and entertaining" Canberra Critics Circle

★★★★ The Advertiser

They return in 2018 to the Noel Lothian Hall with this visceral, explosive black comedy that cuts to the heart of brotherhood.

Presented by:
The Cabbages & Kings Collective

The Cabbages & Kings Collective is an award-nominated Theatre Company based in Adelaide, SA. We were founded in 2016 by a group of local artists with the intention of producing, creating, and touring international and homegrown works, drawing from the emerging generation of contemporary theatre makers. The group includes graduates and current student students of AC Arts, Flinders University Drama Centre, Creative Writing and Digital Animation, and an industry professional with over a decade of experience in making theatre, film, and international festivals. Our debut show, Phil Porter’s ‘Blink’, premiered at the 2017 Adelaide Fringe. It enjoyed critical acclaim, won the Channel 9 Airtime competition and was shortlisted for the ‘Holden Street Theatres’ Award’.

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