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Going Down by Michele Lee
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Going Down is a sexually explicit look at life as a twenty-something woman in millennial Australia.

23 March to 5 May
Daily
(02) 9250 1777
Wharf 2 Theatre
Sydney Theatre Company
Pier 4, Hickson Road,
Walsh Bay, NSW, 2000
www.sydneytheatre.com.au

Saturday evening $42
Adult $42
Seniors cardholder $42
Concession $42
Under 30 $37
Preview $37
Group bookings (10+ people) $35

Going Down is the first full-length play for Sydney Theatre Company by Michele Lee, winner of the 2016 Queensland Premier’s Drama Award for her play Rice. Co-produced with Malthouse Theatre, it’s a brutally funny and frank examination of flawed characters failing at life in the most outrageous.

Natalie Yang has just published her memoir, Banana Girl, a sexually explicit look at life as a twenty-something woman in millennial Australia. It isn’t the heart-warming migrant story that people expected. Nor is it a feminist call to arms. And it certainly isn’t on the best-seller lists.