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  • Eve's Game: Victorian detective game with a feminist perspective

Eve's Game: Victorian detective game with a feminist perspective


🎫 General Admission for 1

🕵️‍♀️ A Victorian detective game with a feminist perspective
🍰 Enjoy complimentary tea and cake served on the verandah
🎭 A unique and intimate theatre experience
🏛️ Set at the beautiful and historic Miegunyah House
⭐ Making its debut in Brisbane after a sold-out season at Anywhere Festival

General Info
📅 Date: 27 March and 3 & 10 April
🕒 Time: 2 p.m, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
⏳ Duration: 80 minutes
📍 Location: Miegunyah House Museum
👤 Age requirement: 12+. Children must be supervised for the preservation of Miegunyah's unique collection
🎭 Genre: period piece
♿ Accessibility: this experience is not wheelchair accessible. Other mobility challenges may be catered for
🍽️ Menu options: food and drink are gluten-free
❓ Please note: full vaccination is required to attend this experience.
✔️ Safety measures will be in place throughout the experience

Miss Eve Harrison requests the pleasure of your company at Miegunyah House for tea and games. Based on the real-life of a Brisbane socialite from 1884, Eve’s Game is a combination of immersive theatre and sleuthing. It explores the rites of passage in an era of social change and emerging feminism. Join Eve for tea on the verandah and become her apprentice detective in the game of Paschal. Help her to investigate the disappearance of a young woman as you venture through Miegunyah in search of clues. This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

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