It happens to us all, and to everyone we know, and yes, despite the inevitability, none of us are prepared for it.
After, The End. explores what it means to experience death through comedic storytelling. Because nothing says humour like death.
Combining story telling, stand up and social theory; actor and writer Jayden Walker (Arts Captain) explores not only his own experience with his fathers death, but also the gravitas death holds in society.
How soon is too soon to joke about death? Why is death funny? Is it appropriate to turn your fathers death into a comedy show? These questions, and more, are explored in this show.
Warning: Contains frequent coarse language, sudden loud noises, potentially triggering content or themes
"Walker's monologues and script-lyricism stole the show" - Weekend Notes
"It was guffawingly brilliant" - Theatre Press