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24 Sep

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(Upstairs) Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland

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Running Time: 70 Minutes
Interval: No Interval

Venue Location

(Upstairs) Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland

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Hook ups are a big feature in the modern gay experience – whether it’s killing time on Grindr, searching for closeness, or just getting off. It's an easy way to feel some sort of connection to someone, to belong somewhere. But how are these temporary encounters shaping our sexual identities and our growing disconnect from each other?

These encounters from writer and Legacy Project founder Bruce Brown aren’t just about casual sex, but the disconnections behind the search for connection. Explore modern gay hook-up culture and how this brutal meat market may have forever changed how we connect.

Featuring Andrew Craik (Swimming With Whales In Tonga), Ciarin Smith (Legacy Project 3), David Capstick (Sister ANZAC), Dion Greenstreet (Love and Information), Lucas Haugh (ATC’s Next Big Thing - BRAVADO!) and Matt Smith (UNITEC’s The Winter’s Tale)


PLEASE NOTE:  Contains nudity, language and sexual content.  No entry after show starts.