Riverside Theatres Digital presents
Binge the Fringe
in association with The Sydney Fringe
TRAIN LORD BY OLIVER MOL
Award-winning author Oliver Mol’s debut is a true, funny and heartbreaking tale about a 10-month migraine, his recovery in Brisbane and job on the railway when he couldn’t do anything else.
Performed to music by Thomas Gray & Liam Ebbs, and to visuals by Kat Chellos, it is a story of hope, laughter, pain, relationships, drugs, failed orgies, mothers, fathers and love.
Part monologue, part performance art and part essay, Train Lord collapses genre and form to create a stunning portrait of pain, creativity and failure. Achingly authentic, funny and poignant, this is a breathtakingly honest study of humanity from one of Australia’s most exciting emerging writers.
Ultimately, this is a story about stuffing up and figuring it out and stuffing up and finding out you’re not alone.
This performance contains discussions of suicide, content related to mental health/ill-health, discussions of drug use and sexual themes.
Book tickets on this page for the On Demand offering on YouTube. If you’re looking for the Online Watch Party offering click here.
How You Can Access
The performance will be accessible On Demand into your home. Please note, the performance date & time listed on the bookings page is the end date for this On Demand show. The link will be available from Friday 8 October at 10am – Sunday 24 October 2021 at 10pm only, on YouTube. This show is a streamed experience, and will not be available to view online after the event.
You can see it your way, and when you want, with access to both On Demand and Online Watch Party viewing options. Ensuring you don’t miss out on seeing any show.
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Written & Performed by – Oliver Mol
Score by – Thomas Gray and Liam Ebbs
Video Projection by – Kat Chellos
Cinematograophy & Editing (film) by – Laura Turner
Photography – Tristán Jensen
★★★★★ Oliver performed in the green room after our gig in Barcelona. Wild and special. This asshole made me cry. See this or die – Clarence McGuffie, Confidence Man
★★★★ Sydney author Oliver Mol delivers his autobiographical monologue with such clarity and heart … best just go – Louise Nunn, The Advertiser