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Constellations at The Street

Jul 13, 2017  ·  2 min read

words by ben stephens

Do you know more about the string theory or keeping bees?

A little opposite, however, both are very important. Let me indulge you for a moment…

String theory is the human attempt to explain quantum physics and how the world was created and more importantly how it works. The theory claims that the world is perhaps made up of strings and these, in turn, the world together. When you get down to the nitty-gritty, it’s a rather simple piece of science rhetoric.

On the other hand, you have bee keeping. A practice that dates back over 10,000 years and yields many a sweet treat from the hard working colonies that live to serve a Queen Bee. Watch this little piece of magic to see what’s will happen if they die out:

Now that you know a whole bunch about The String Theory and Bee Keeping, it would be a good time to let you know that the good people at The Street Theatre are about to lift the curtain on Constellations.

The story is set on the relationship between Marianne, a quantum physicist and Roland, a beekeeper and a darn good one at that. The play follows the story of the two through some sliding door moments with a fair amount of quirky, yet charming romance between the two.

The production picked up the Harold Pinter Award in 2012 and since has sold out shows across the globe and now finds itself in Canberra from July 14 – 29.

With the Canberra darling, Lexi Sekuless taking care of Marianne on stage, this production is something you might not want to miss out on.

Constellations aims to challenge the way you look at your life, how you see it and how you could change it.

Grab your tickets HERE.


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