This Australian classic was originally banned when it premiered in 1960, but now on the centenery of the ANZAC campaign, the startlingly frank piece of theatre is returning. Capturing the generational divide that has distorted the meaning of ANZAC Day - is it a day of solemnity and remembrance, or another day off to go to the pub? - The One Day of the Year is sure to be a brilliant and thought-provoking theatrical experience, boldly examining one of the most sacred of all Australian traditions.
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