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Tash and her Dad have hit the road – they’re going home to country, where the sky is higher and the world goes on forever.

It’s a long way from the wide streets and big old houses of Tash’s childhood, back when she was a black face in a very white suburb. Dad still thinks he’s the King of Cool, but he’s an old fella now. It’s time for Tash to take him home.

Katie Beckett’s written a road movie for the stage, which is also a beautiful father-daughter story. I especially like the way it catches the extraordinary amounts of love that bind Indigenous Australia together. – Eamon

An ILBIJERRI Theatre Company production in association with Belvoir & Sydney Festival

Indigenous theatre at Belvoir supported by The Balnaves Foundation


Katie Beckett
Tony Briggs


Writer Katie Beckett
Director Rachael Maza
Dramaturg Jane Bodie
Sound Designer Mark Coles Smith
Lighting Designer Niklas Pajanti
Set & Costume Designer Emily Barrie

Performance Times

Tuesday & Wednesday 7pm
Thursday & Friday 8.15pm
Saturday 2.15pm & 8.15pm
Sunday 5.15pm

Previews (bookable)
7pm, 11 January
8.15pm, 12 January

Opening Night (invitation only)
8.15pm, 13 January

Running Time
65 minutes, no interval


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Perfectly pitched between humour and pathos… Beckett’s last lines have a plangency and simplicity that will leave you holding your breath.

Owen Richardson | The Age

Which Way Home mixes broad comedy with the most touching emotions.

Michael Brindley | Stage Whispers