Bacchae: Fuse Event as iCalendar

(English, Drama and Writing Studies, School of Humanities)

21 September 2017 - 24 September 2017

Venue: Drama Studio, Humanities Building (206-325)

Bacchae: Fuse is a product of three weeks intensive devising by the DRAMA 204 students under the direction of renowned director Andrew Foster. Our performance is loosely based on Euripides's The Bacchae. We welcome you to let go and party with us in honour of Dionysus, the God of wine and patron of the theatre. We encourage you to delve deep into yourself to ask questions about family, identity, religion, regret and realisation. We promise to challenge you, provoke your base human emotions and test your sense of reality.

Are you ready?

Show times

  • Thursday 21 September: 8pm
  • Friday 22 September: 8pm
  • Saturday 23 September: 2pm, 8pm
  • Sunday 24 September: 7pm 


Book online

  • Tickets: $20
  • Students: $10

A $6 booking fee per booking (not per ticket) applies. We would like to encourage you to bundle tickets when booking to minimize the transaction fees.

All reserved tickets should be collected 15 minutes prior to the start of the performance to guarantee admittance. We may re-sell any tickets not collected by this time.


The Drama Studio is located on Level 3 of the Humanities Building at 14a Symonds St. There is parking available adjacent to the Humanities Building underneath the Owen G Glenn Building on Grafton Road. The OGGB car park charges a flat $6 fee for parking on weekends and after 5pm.