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Drawing on physical theatre, dance, circus and verbatim theatre, MIGHTY is an exploration of strength in our modern times. In a world of aggression, brutality and intolerance, where is the space for grace, vulnerability and empathy in the way we lead and the ways we relate to each other and our world?


MIGHTY is an ambitious full length work that asks what is it to be strong in today’s world by exploring how we behave when we are our most vulnerable. The work draws on hours of interviews with people from all walks of life, as well as found materials like political speeches and philosophical texts, and is creating using physical theatre, dance, circus, comedy and music.


Bathurst’s own interdisciplinary performance company Lingua Franca presents this original work in a landscape of large scale steel sculptures created by award winning visual artist Harrie Fasher.


At times a solemn reflection on when we feel at our weakest, and at others a bawdy, raucous extravaganza of physical prowess, MIGHTY is a highly physical and moving interrogation of how we build strength for ourselves and our communities, and an exciting collaboration between physical performance and visual art.


Created by the company


Director -  Adam Deusien

Technical Director – Becky Russell

Sculptor – Harrie Fasher

Designer – Annemaree Dalziel

Composer – Aaron Hopper


Created and performed by

Alison Plevey

Tanya Brown

Carolyn Eccles

David Jackson

Kate Smith

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