The Philippines’s biggest popstar has been kidnapped, and it’s up to a ragtag squad of fans to bring her back.
They’ll brave rooftop chases and knife fights in the back of speeding jeepneys to liberate their idol from a conspiracy that threatens to tear their country apart.
A high-octane Filipino action film crossed with a roof-raising musical set in a nation on the brink, Are You Ready To Take The Law Into Your Own Hands has zero political relevance to current events. None. At all.
Audio Described on Friday 28 February, 7.30pm
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Our accessible entrance is at 80 Errol Street (next to the North Melbourne Post Office). There are accessible, gender-neutral toilets on each floor and you can access all levels via a lift. Assistance dogs are very welcome at our venue.
There are two accessible on-street car parking spaces on Queensberry Street (150m to our accessible Errol Street entrance) for holders of a Parking Permit for People with Disabilities. We're sorry that our closest tram (the number 57) is not an accessible tram.
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