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Should you really put a ring on it?

We’ve all heard it before - 'If you like it then you should've put a ring on it', 'Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage', and so on. But is marriage in this day and age still a relevant and viable institution? With over one third of heterosexual marriages ending in divorce and homosexual marriage still unrecognised in Australian legislation, now is the time to start asking the questions. Richard Watts will be joined by Helen Razer, Benjamin Law and Professor Dennis Altman to navigate a broad range of issues and opinions on marriage. The discussion also will be acting as a companion to Malthouse Theatre’s Dance of Death. Free for Malthouse Theatre subscribers and $10 for non-subscribers; bookings essential.

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A Contract of Love details

Address
Merlyn Theatre
113 Sturt St, Southbank 3006

Telephone 03 9685 5111

Date Mon 22 Apr 2013

Open 7-8.30pm

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