A stage play with a strong message will be performed in the Limestone Coast during the next week.
Carpe Diem, a contemporary portrayal of Australian men dealing with issues of health, grief, loss and depression, will be held in Kingston, Robe and Naracoorte.
The play stars John Voce and Grant Piro, portraying the friendship of Nev, a hardworking farmer and John, his stock agent friend.
Both have been impacted by a long-running drought and are each suffering their own personal crisis.
The free community event is part of Kingston District Council’s ongoing recovery and response to the Keilira bushfire and supports its community resilience and participation program.
Carpe Diem will be held in the Kingston Football Club tomorrow at 6.30pm, with bookings essential via eventbrite.com.au/e/carpe-diem kingston-se-tickets-138714945135.
It will be at the Robe Institute on Sunday at 6pm and the Naracoorte Town Hall on Wednesday at 6.30pm.