Flow : Dunedin Fringe Festival


Ōtepoti | Dunedin

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Slightly absurd musings on life, death and grief, from a bath

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Ōtepoti | Dunedin

Flow is the newest creation from the award-winning company Late Bloomers. In Flow, we meet our protagonist doing what they always do when they are grieving: taking a bath. After dealing with her family at a funeral, she takes the alone time to reflect on all the things we grieve, from death to divorce, to getting older, to feeling younger.

The piece is an exploration of the rules around grief, because let’s be honest, there are a lot: feel your emotions, but not in public. Reflect, but not for too long. Heal, but could you also become a better person in the process? Oh, and drink water. You must drink water.



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Discussions of death


New Athenaeum Theatre

23 The Octagon Dunedin 9016

| Wheelchair Access YES

Accessible Bathroom YES

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