Watch the trailer here (YouTube)
Music in this video: Hustle by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Former colleagues Tom, Rob and Gary catch up at their local over a drink. Tom and Gary are on the mineral water, but Rob is having none of it – he’s too busy living life in the fast lane and keeping up appearances, hoping for a promotion. Gary and Tom are determined to point out what that might mean for their friend Rob. A play that explores the myths and issues around Type 2 diabetes and the importance of early diagnosis.
Did you know? 5.1% of the Australian population are living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. In the Bega Valley it is 5.6% of the population. There are half a million Australians who don’t even realise they have Type 2 diabetes. See this play – it may help someone you care about.
Following the play, there will be a Q&A on diabetes with health professionals. Playwright Alan Hopgood will also be in attendance at the performances on 1 August.
Part of South East Arts Arts’ SWELL Arts in Health program, the play is open to the public, and people with diabetes, carers and health professionals are particularly encouraged to attend.
Please note the play is not recommended for young children (mild sexual and alcohol references).
There will be three performances in the South East region:
WEDNESDAY 1 AUGUST 2018
- 1.00 pm in the Garden Room, Pambula Merimbula Golf Club, 173 Arthur Kaine Drive MERIMBULA
- 5.30pm in the Gulaga Room (ground floor), Bega Valley Civic Commemorative Centre, Zingel Place BEGA
FRIDAY 3 AUGUST 2018
- 1.00pm Friday 3 August 2018 in the Mechanics Institute Hall, 12 Page Street MORUYA
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING ORGANISATIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT