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Speed sewing and circus combine in a raucous cabaret, as fashion designer Welt Couture and The Sexy Love Puppets bring to life HAUS of YOLO's "Summer of Pride Collection '22"  

$35 - $75 (Service fees may apply)
75 minutes
Wed 2 - Sat 5 February 2022
Wed 2 Feb, 8pm - 9:15pm
Thu 3 Feb, 6:30pm - 7:45pm
Fri 4 Feb, 8pm - 9:15pm
Sat 5 Feb, 8pm - 9:15pm


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Enter through the doors and drive deep into the inner sanctum of fashion label: “HAUS of YOLO” as Welt Couture and The Sexy Love Puppets create the 'Summer of Pride Collection", right before your very eyes!

World renowned designer of houte-cirque, Welt Couture, requires your presence as muse of this joyous experiment in circus, costume making and modern middle-class slavery, jam packed with extraordinary skills and sewing chaos. 

Will the outfits be finished before the cirque begins? Will they stay in one piece? Will they communicate Welt's majestic vision? 

Enter, join the party, and become a part of a new wave of fashion. 

Summer at Q UoA Acknowledgement - Q Theatre


Director: Eve Gordon
Producer: Geoff Gilson
Lighting Design: Filament Eleven 11
Dramaturgy: Lizzie Tollemache
Cast: Eve Gordon, Geoff Gilson, Jaine Mieka,
Jay Clement

Original devising cast: Eve Gordon, Geoff Gilson, Vladimir Lissouba, Ellyce Bisson

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