Jali: noun: a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician.
Refusing to be defined by a turbulent past, comedian and performer, Oliver Twist, reflects on his time as a refugee while carefully unpacking his present-day experiences.
Delicately-told and impossible to forget, his one-person show proves that exceptional storytelling and belly-aching laughter are powerful antidotes to trauma.
★★★★ "The venue feels full of life, warmth, and vitality—and it's all because of Twist... This is why we came back to the theatre."The Sydney Morning Herald
★★★★ "Find an evening hour in your week, and fill it with this."Audrey Journal
We are a registered COVID-Safe business and this event will have strict COVID-Safe policies in place, guided by the public health advice and any University of Sydney directives in force at the time. You can find out about our current safety measures here. We will do all we can to ensure your visit is as safe and enjoyable as possible.
|Wed 19 Jan||7:30pm|
|Thu 20 Jan||7:30pm|
|Fri 21 Jan||7:30pm|
|Sat 22 Jan||1pm, 7:30pm|
|Sun 23 Jan||6pm|
60 minutes (no interval). Partial lockout applies.
Transaction fee applies.
This event is also available to purchase as part of a Sydney Festival multipack.
Contains haze smoke, prop weapons, physical violence and references to guns, weapons, and violence. Photography and filming prohibited.
The only authorised ticket seller for this event is Sydney Festival. If you purchase from an unauthorised seller, you risk that your tickets may be fake or invalid.