Every Brilliant Thing | 29-30 October | BREC

Every Brilliant Thing

Run Time 70 minutes no interval
Ticket Prices
Adult $45.00 + $ 3.50 Booking Fee
Concession $35.00 + $ 3.50 Booking Fee
Under 18 $25.00 + $ 3.50 Booking Fee
Group 6+ $40.00 + $ 3.50 Booking Fee per person
Presented By BREC and Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA
View Sessions
Friday
29 October 2021
6:00 pm
Saturday
30 October 2021
7:30 pm
View Sessions

EVERY BRILLIANT THING

written by Duncan Macmillan
with Jonny Donahoe

‘Every Brilliant Thing was first produced by Paines Plough and Pentabus Theatre, on 28 June 2013 at Ludlow Fringe Festival.’

Recommended Age 15+

Warning: References to self-harm and suicide. Lifeline offers a 24-hour counselling service 13 11 14.
Photo credit: Richard Jefferson

Performed in-the-round, by the incredible Luke Hewitt, Every Brilliant Thing is an hour of life affirming humour. This international sensation throws audience members into the story as fathers, lovers, friends and allies following one person’s life in the shadow of mental illness. From the broad #4 ‘The Colour Yellow’ to the detailed #9998 ‘Watching someone watch your favourite film’, this joyous and intimate work shows us the miracles in life’s minutiae.

ARTIST & CREATIVES 

DIRECTOR Adam Mitchell
SET AND COSTUME DESIGN CONSULTANT Fiona Bruce
COMPOSER & SOUND DESIGNER Melanie Robinson
LIGHTING DESIGNER Kristie Smith
CAST Luke Hewitt

Please note

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  BREC ACCESS

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We want everyone to have the opportunity to see this show at BREC.

So here’s our offer. Through BREC Access we are making some seats available for those who need a good night out but who can’t manage full price at the moment and we invite those who can to ‘pay it forward’ and choose a higher price.

$10.00 OPEN I need a good night out but I’m still  feeling the COVID pinch
$20.00  ENTER I need a good night out but can pay a bit more
$50.00 UNLOCK I love a good night out and I’m happy to help
$60.00  FLING I want to pay it forward and be a BREC champion

LIMITED BREC ACCESS SEATS AVAILABLE 

Hey,
Mum’s in hospital. Dad says she’s ‘done something stupid’. So I’m working on a list.

#1. Ice cream
#2. Water fights

Everything that’s brilliant about the world.

#5. Things with stripes
#25. Wearing a cape

Everything that’s worth living for.

#314 The Way Ray Charles sings the word ‘You’
#319. Laughing so hard you shoot milk out of your nose
#823. Skinny Dipping

I’m going to try to get to one million.

★★★★ One of the funniest plays you’ll ever see about depression – and possibly one of the funniest plays you’ll ever see, full stop. The Guardian

★★★★1/2 This is a piece that demands we pay attention. To ourselves, the person in the next seat, across the aisle and beyond, and to the small things that bring joy. Brilliant. The Sydney Morning Herald

★★★★ This is a must-see show. ArtsHub