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Drinking, Dreaming, Dating and Doing

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For five years this script has lay just below the surface, waiting to rise up and find its way on stage. Thanks to writer/actor Colin Craig and director Brooke Smith-Harris, Drinking, Dreaming, Dating and Doing has brought to life Liam, a man who ponders what is real and what isn't.

Drinking, Dreaming, Dating and Doing details

Address
34 Swan St, Richmond 3121

Telephone 03 9421 3020

Transport
Nearby Stations: Richmond; East Richmond

Price $15.00 to $19.00

Date 01 Apr 2013-06 Apr 2013

Open Mon-Fri 8pm; Sat 2pm & 8pm

Director: Brooke Smith-Harris

Cast: Colin Craig

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