Are you interested in social issues affecting the international student community?
Come along and see the performance of Life’s a Gamble, a community theatre production that explores the vulnerabilities experienced by international students in Australia that lead to excessive gambling.
Life's a Gamble: International Student Theatre Show (for Service Providers)
Friday 26 October 12pm - 2pm
Brunswick Town Hall, 233 Sydney Road Brunswick
RSVP to Jacinta Da Silva on firstname.lastname@example.org or 92402372
Life's a Gamble: International Student Theatre Show
Friday 26 October 6pm - 8pm
The Studio, Union Building, Latrobe University (Bundoora campus)
RSVP to Kate Hufschmid at email@example.com or 94502080
Life's a Gamble Theatre Show and Village Games Night
Monday 29 October 6pm - 9.30pm
Darebin Intercultural Centre (Old Preston Courthouse) 59A Roseberry Avenue Preston
RSVP to Kathy Asvestas on firstname.lastname@example.org or 84708440
About the Life’s a Gamble project
Life’s a Gamble is an innovative community theatre project supported by the City of Darebin, City of Moreland, Gambler’s Help Northern and Latrobe University. The project involves young people and international students in a series of theatre workshops to explore themes around gambling and young people. The workshops draw on the personal stories of the young people themselves and culminate in a final theatre performance.
A pilot of the Life’s a Gamble project took place in early 2012 with a final performance held as part of Responsible Gambling Awareness Week in May 2012. Audio samples of this final performance are provided below.
For more information about the Life’s a Gamble community theatre project contact Darebin Council on 8470 8528.