Even in the darkest of times, a mere glimpse of a new possibility is sometimes enough to get us through to the light at the end of the tunnel.
Joined by Castlemaine refugee advocate Janet Galbraith, five local residents who have made Australia their new home invite audiences to join them in a moving celebration of shared humanity. Performed in a moody, improvised theatre space within a row of spectacular water culvert tunnels, Light At The End… explores moments of light, strength and resilience.
A performance in a tunnel tucked away under the railway line with one refugee advocate and five local residents who have made Australia their new home.
Director: Rose Turtle Ertler
Supported by Creative Victoria, Mount Alexander Shire Council and Castlemaine Rural Australians for Refugees