Presented by The Last Great Hunt – A faux foreign film live on stage. From the multi-award winning team behind IT’S DARK OUTSIDE, NEW OWNER, and ALVIN SPUTNIK comes a deeply romantic visual extravaganza that will reignite your love of humanity. Somewhere in the northern seas lies the small island nation of Sólset. Once a thriving metropolis, a decades-long drought has plagued the community and only a hopeful few remain. A faux foreign film performed live each night, Perth theatre makers The Last Great Hunt combine cinematic mastery and theatrical magic to tell interwoven stories of love in a world that’s falling apart.
After sell out world premieres at Perth Festival and Mandurah Performing Arts Centre in 2019, Lé Nør [the rain] invites the audience to witness both the onscreen story and the behind-the-scenes action in a nostalgic celebration of everything worth fighting for.
“Lé Nør [the rain] is a story about love, loss and heroism in a post-eco apocalyptic world” – (Creator, Tim Watts, 2019)
“Superbly executed…a sheer delight!” – The Australian
“The element of live performance elevates this piece of multi-disciplined theatre to something far greater than the sum of its parts.” ★★★★★ – OUTinPerth
“It’s a technical achievement, with a personality and charisma, like nothing we’ve seen from a WA company. The result is awe-inspiring!” – Seesaw Magazine
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Warnings: Contains sexual references, mild coarse language, flashing/strobing lighting effects and adult themes (including references to suicide and self-harm) that some audiences may find confronting.
Age Recommendation: Ages 12+
Access: Performed with English Subtitles
Originally commissioned by Perth Festival, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) and Mandurah Performing Arts Centre as part of Perth Festival in 2019, check out the trailer below: