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Show about Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson seeking venues in WA

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Dead Men Talking is a two-hand musical play written and performed by Max Cullen and Warren Fahey, playing Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson.

The show is planning a tour of Western Australia in late 2015 or 2016 and is looking for venues to present it in.  They have had great success presenting the show in libraries, community halls, theatres, galleries and museums.  The show is extremely flexible and with a simple set and minimal sound and lighting requirements it suits just about any venue. Max and Warren are happy to perform in traditional and non-traditional spaces including theatres, libraries, living rooms and even hotel saloons!

The show would be an excellent fit for writers festivals, library promotion activities, community arts festivals or heritage events.  The target audience leans towards the older demographic. 

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