Woman dressed as nun has bakc to us and pulls a bed (or is it a boat?) across the stage
Woman dressed as nun cradles man in pain
Woman stands upright holding a sign that reads "I do not talk"


A traveller is rescued from the surging seas to the devout fishing village. Conversation is sparse and in his temporary lodgings he comes face to face with an unsettling kind of hook-up culture. This is a darkly humorous and physically adventurous contemporary fable about finding the perfect catch.  'Plenty of Fish in the Sea' is contemporary physical theatre that embraces old-school theatricality. Surprising objects pop out of odd places, furniture moves as if on a ship in the ocean, characters misinterpret each other’s languages - it’s fun, it’s cheeky, it’s inventive and unsettling for those who are lost at sea.

“…physical and visual theatre in an utterly refreshing fever dream” - THEATRE TRAVELS

“…mesmerising, sexually liberating, impeccable, a must see!”- THEATRE NOW


Theatre and Physical Theatre • Absurdist
New South Wales • SA Premiere

Tue, 27 Feb - Sun, 03 Mar

45 min

The Gallery at The Courtyard of Curiosities at the Migration Museum

$33 to $35

M15+ (2 Warnings)

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