Don’t worry, this thing’s not as ominous as it sounds. We're All Going To Die was born out of Stefan Hunt’s search for perspective around his day-to-day fears. Grappling with everyday anxiety, Hunt was so afraid the unknown that he couldn’t make a simple life decision—it was only until he penned a poem entitled ‘We’re All Going To Die’ that Hunt found certainty.
Flash forward three years and the poem is an illustrated book for adults, short film, and arts festival. The four-part immersive experience draws on highlights from Hunt’s previous sold-out festivals in Sydney and Byron and it’s here to make you celebrate life through the lens of death.
(Plus it’s at the all-new Espy, so if you haven’t been there yet, now’s your time to go.)
This existential crisis/celebration will only set you back $45 ($30 concession), which is a pretty good deal if you're going to make peace with your imminent demise.
What: We’re All Going To Die
When: Tuesday 26 March
Where: 11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
For more info, click here.
On a lighter note, here are 11 must-see shows to catch at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
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