a proud Giant Developments project
Following the success of their sell out debut show, join GLO & Sunny as they look back on the craziness of 2020 and plan for the coming year ahead.
As two twenty something year old women navigating white Australia, GLO & Sunny converse about coming of age in this social and political climate with unflinching honesty. Free from the pressure to pacify or educate others, TBH is a safe space created with intention, for those who exist on the margins to heal, connect, and simply…exist.
In their second instalment, GLO & Sunny talk race, gender, adulthood, and politics. “What does Australia’s racial climate look like post-BLM?” “Is the end of the Trump Administration the end of white supremacy?” “Can the pursuit of joy coexist with the seemingly never-ending pursuit of justice?” “Why do women always have to be our saviours?” and “Is adulting really supposed to be this hard?”
Unfiltered, candid, and with no desire to be made palatable. TBH…with GLO & Sunny.
GLO is a singer/songwriter/movement artist who’s spent the last couple of years emerging with the underground R&B scene in Sydney.
Having started out as a dancer performing on stages with artists including Sampa The Great and Solange Knowles, she began her music journey officially in 2016. Since then GLO has written songs and performed at venues around Sydney city alongside House/HipHop producer and Jazz drummer DJ Moses aka Scruffs. Follow her music and upcoming projects on Instagram @glo.wav.
SUNNY ADCOCK is a twenty-year-old Sydney based writer, blogger, podcast host, and editor. She is of mixed Australian and African-American descent and is passionate about issues of race, gender, and social justice. You’ll frequently catch her writing about books, pop culture, and feminism online and in-print. She is currently an editor for ‘Vertigo’ magazine (2020) and was last featured in Abbie Chatfield’s ‘It’s A Lot’ podcast with GLO. Find more at www.asunnyspot.com.au or on Instagram @sunny_adcock.
To Be Honest… is developed with the assistance of the Giant Dwarf Theatre supported by the Neil Hendry & Jean-Claude Niederer Giant Developments Fund.
PLEASE NOTE: Live stream tickets are available online up to 60 minutes before show start. Make sure you get your tickets early! A Zoom link will be emailed to you before the show.
**Streams subject to audience numbers. Online audience members will be contacted prior regarding any programme changes
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:
Please do not attend if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms, have travelled overseas within the last 14 days or have been in direct or indirect contact with a suspected or confirmed case of Covid-19.
Patrons are required to provide their name and contact details upon arrival as well as have their temperature taken with a remote thermometer. If your temperature reads above 38 C you will not be permitted entry for the safety of all patrons.
CARD/CONTACTLESS PAYMENT ONLY – We are no longer taking cash sales
Please ensure everyone you wish to seat at your table is included in your booking to avoid being seated separately.
Tickets will need to be pre-purchased, no door sales will be available on the night.
Please adhere to social distancing at all times and follow direction from venue staff.
The venue will be taking a number of precautionary measures to ensure patron safety, including:
– Hand sanitiser dispensers
– Signage and social distancing markers throughout the venue
– Regular sanitising of the venue and a full clean between sittings
Venue doors open a minimum of 30 minutes prior to show start time. Pop in before the show for a drink and a physically distanced mingle!
Giant Dwarf is a licensed venue. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The venue reserves the right to refuse admission to any person. Any discriminatory, illegal or aggressive behaviour, will not be permitted.