You Can Have It All
This part-art installation, part-escape room experience takes place inside a Potts Point apartment.
It starts with television. It takes place in a Sydney apartment. It lets you watch, and also keeps you away from other people. Yes, when it rolls out its November and December season, You Can Have It All might be the most 2020 event there is.
This part-art installation, part-escape room happens inside a Potts Point flat, where director Laurence Rosier Staines unfurls a tale of drama, blackmail, murder and love triangles. One at a time, attendees will step inside the three-room event, begin by listening to someone tell you about the show they've been binge-watching, and work their way through the other two spaces. As for the rest of the details, discovering what's going on is part of the fun — and it's unlikely to resemble anything else you've been to.
Head along between Wednesday, November 25–Sunday, December 6, with the exact Potts Point meeting spot only revealed once you've bought a ticket. Sessions begin every five minutes — from 6.30–10pm Wednesday–Friday, 3–6pm Saturday and 3–8pm Sunday. And the whole thing will take a minimum of 20 minutes, although most folks decide to stay longer.
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