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Tickets on sale for world-renowned show, BRUCE, coming to Karratha in March

Sam JonesPilbara News
BRUCE, created and performed by Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd and Tim Watts, is the side-splitting story of a loveable screw-up sponge with one last shot at redemption.
Camera IconBRUCE, created and performed by Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd and Tim Watts, is the side-splitting story of a loveable screw-up sponge with one last shot at redemption. Credit: Supplied/Jamie Breen

A hilarious show unlike anything you have seen before is on its way to Karratha next month.

BRUCE, created and performed by Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd and Tim Watts, is the side-splitting story of a loveable screw-up sponge with one last shot at redemption.

Held at the Red Earth Arts Precinct on March 16, BRUCE promises to sweep viewers away on an epic adventure of a self-proclaimed hero-cop turned novelist-astronaut.

The show has previously been a sell-out in Perth, as well as enjoying success at the Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe festivals.

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It is a story of space travel, romance, police drama, dozens of characters and the space-time continuum all performed with two performers, a pair of gloves and a block of foam.

City of Karratha mayor Daniel Scott said he was looking forward to the performance.

“BRUCE is an exciting and unique performance that will create plenty of laughter, and I’m looking forward to it coming to Karratha,” he said.

“The city is committed to bringing high-quality performances to Karratha as part of our efforts to become Australia’s most liveable regional city.

“BRUCE is another example of this commitment, and I encourage residents to buy a ticket to see the performance.”

Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for seniors and $17.50 for youth and can be bought at https://karratha.sales.ticketsearch.com/sales/salesevent/129414

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