Meraki Arts Bar acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional owners of the land upon which our bar stands.

Main Stage

Tale of the Wolf: Sydney Fringe Festival

28/09 - 30/09 : 7:30pm

Presented as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival
September 28 – 30 @ 7:30pm



Fictional autobiography of a woman – half wolf, set within a fictional history of wolves in Australia, weaves comic domestic anecdotes with Angela Carter stories through physical theatre and storytelling.

The performance works through the body to dispel the shadows that lie between the leaves of stories we tell. The performance is a darkly twisted tale that seeks to reconcile us with our own natures. The performance speaks back to psychoanalysis from the point of view of an animal, restoring the wolf to its place in mythology as a figure of transformation.

The Tale of the Wolf was first developed in residency with Odin Teatret in 2017, supported by the Inner West Council’s Edge Spaces program in collaboration with Lucy Watson (Mads Clove) and presented as a work in progress at Teatr Brama’s Human Mosaic festival (Goleniow, Poland 2018).

World premiere at Sydney Fringe Festival in 2023.


*ACCESSIBILITY: The Meraki Mainstage theatre / Green Room bar is located on the second level of Meraki and is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible at present. It is accessed via two separate flights of stairs from the ground floor (the second flight including a corner half way up), each of which has a handrail.

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