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Using a former prison cell as inspiration, documentary artist Roslyn Oades and local musician Eliza Hull have created an intimate listening experience exploring the layers of story embedded in the Ulumbarra Theatre site. The work draws on interviews, field recordings and original composition.

Concept & Direction: Roslyn Oades
Composition & Sound Design: Eliza Hull
Sound Mix & Mastering:  Jono Steer
Production Design:  Helen Morris
Producers: Performing Lines and Capital Venues & Events



CELL 26 will be open to the public one hour prior to any performance on the Ulumbarra Theatre main stage.  

Ulumbarra Theatre will also open on selected dates in 2018 for the public to experience CELL 26. Details will be advertised soon.


30 minute audio work
Recommended for listeners aged 12+
Contains some coarse language and references to violence & drug use


CELL 26 was created as part of a Performing Lines tour for Roadwork.  This project was supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria; the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, Performing Lines and the City of Greater Bendigo.