Water for the Madman
Limited season, for one week only in the Meraki Mainstage:
Water For The Madman is an original solo performance art piece created by Billy White. Featuring spoken word, surrealist film imagery, lyrical movement, field recordings and experimental music, the show weaves a compelling story about a gay man with Type 1 Diabetes trying to navigate his late 20s as a flailing libertine.
Billy shines a raw, uncompromising, and personal light on themes of Type 1 Diabetes, queerness, and mental health, stylishly wrapped in a flourish of hope, humour, and redemption, making it an entertaining and wild jaunt for fabulous people.
Billy White – Performer/Creator
Amanda Scott – Producer/Co-Director
Please note that Meraki Mainstage has a strict lockout policy, and latecomers will not be admitted.
*ACCESSIBILITY: The Meraki Mainstage theatre 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.
Meraki Arts Bar
231 OXFORD STREET, DARLINGHURST NSW 2010
TUES - SAT 6PM - Late