26. August 2019 - 13:15 till 15:15
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Orage Octopus | Studio 5 | Monday, 26. August 2019

Orange Octopus is an experience that you will be guided on that includes 3 shows.
Bean Bags and Milo by Hayley Edwards
Beanbags and Milo is a tiny portrayal of female friendship in an unlikely setting.

Hunger Striking: A New Cascade From Skelton Maggie  by Eamon Dunphy
An immersive testimony of the product. Skelton Maggie has lazarus’d himself against the seawall,and by the thudding thrash of tongue he’ll atone for this birth.

Pain As My Fingerprint by Hannah McKenzie
Be immersed in a lighthearted, but hard hitting piece of the lived experience, turmoil and thoughts of a woman struggling to navigate the complexities of disability in a world that doesn't believe in her illness.


As this show is part of a festival there are many events, shows and experiences happening. Many of which you do not need tickets for. Please come along and see as much as you can!

Tickets
We want this Festival to be as accessible as possible. So while some of our shows and experiences will be ticketed, we will be offering scalable pricing to ensure everyone who wants to attend will be able to.
This is an honesty and gifting system, we have listed the recommended payment scale, however you know your situation better than we do.
All money raised throughout the festival will be going to charity. This year we have chosen to support Arts Access Australia; . 
If this system still doesn't allow you to see the shows that you wish to experience please contact our ticketing team at discord879tix@gmail.com

About Discord 879
Discord 879. The brand new student curated performing arts festival at the Victorian College of the Arts.  The VCA students will kick out the faculty to put on a week-long arts festival with $0. Not only will the festival be student-curated, created, cast and crewed, but as students we are also organising ticketing, programming, marketing, event staff, and food and beverage.

We pay our respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, the Yalukit Willam people of the Boon Wurrung – part of the East Kulin nation. We pay our respect to their elders and storytellers; past, present and emerging. This land was never ceded. No treaty has ever been reached.