Award-winning director, Tim Wynn, is wowing Ipswich theatre-goers with his latest offering – I Love You, Bro, which takes audiences on a turbulent journey through the sometimes murky depths of the world wide web.

I Love You, Bro hits the stage at Firestation 101 runs until Saturday 25 March 2023

Meet Johnny: a lonely 14-year-old boy from Manchester with a troubled home life and a vivid imagination. Johnny finds solace on the web in his online channels of chatter with faceless friends. Johnny’s online world is turned upside down when he comes across a local teen from the real world in one of his chat rooms. A fast friendship is formed in a web of lies that leads to a series of events with dark consequences.

Artistic Director, Timothy Wynn (Matilda Award nominee for Best Director) will helm this new production directing two of the region’s most exciting up-and-coming actors, Nic Davidson (The Breakfast Club, The Initiation of Tommy Wilson) and Jordan Stott (The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Summerfolk) who will be sharing the role of Johnny across the performance season.

I Love You, Bro, written by Melbourne-based writer Adam J A Cass in 2007 and was first performed that year at the Melbourne Fringe. The play has since had productions in Brisbane, Sweden, New Zealand, Denmark and Germany.

Based on true events, I Love You, Bro is a modern murder mystery born from the digital age that has to be seen to be believed.

I Love You, Bro closes Saturday 25 March 2023.

For tickets head to the Ipswich Civic Centre I Love You, Bro – Ipswich Civic Centre

*please note that the play will be held at Firestation 101.

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