14 Acland Street
“In life, our f**ks must be spent on something.”
A delicious buffet of highly skilled and renowned performers from circus, dance, drag, live art, song and clowning will respond to author Mark Manson’s book “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k” and his provocation that one has limited amount of ‘f**ks to give’ in this world, so you should invest them wisely.
Spurned on by living in a country and culture which is infamous for its political apathy (Nauru/Manus – who? What?; “She’ll be right mate”), this is a cabaret presenting acts which are about either ‘not giving a f**k’ (about what others think of you or about the small essentially irrelevant things in life) or ‘giving a f**k’ (about the things that really need our attention!).
“F**ks don’t grow on trees… f**ks have to be earned and then invested wisely. F**ks are cultivated like a beautiful f**king garden, where if you f**k shit up and the f**ks get fucked, then you’ve fucking f**ked your f**ks all the f**k up.” – Mark Manson, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F**k