A new Australian play about ageing disgracefully and finding love late in life is headed to Bondi this November.
David Cole's The Waltz will be at Bondi Pavilion Theatre for two performances only from November 3-4.
The play tells the story of two former radicals in their 70s who meet on a park bench at Bondi, rediscovering their past connection from the 1960s.
The pair find out you are never too old to fall in love in a play that is full of wit and humour and soundtracked by classic music from the 60s.
Director Jordan Best described The Waltz as a "beautiful play about older people falling in love".
"Alf and Irene are still rebellious, and they give the finger to those around them who are trying to control and regulate their lives," she said.
"It also has references to The Push, a radical Libertarian group in Sydney in the 1950s and 1960s, but really at its core it is just an amazing love story that spans the generations."
David Cole said many audience members have told him how the play resonated with them and he is excited it is coming to the inner city suburb in which it is set.
Performances will take place at 7.30pm on November 3 and 2pm on November 4.
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