Siam Daughter is a true story of a young Thai woman who freed herself from her country to escape political unrest and to ensure the safety of her unborn child.
25 years on she tells her story, collaborating with the Tasmanian music, film, culture and dance communities to transport the audience back in time.
1800s and 1900s costumes will be centre stage as we learn the way of life for Siam women nearly two centuries ago.
Hers is a compelling story rich in history, beautiful dance and colourful costumes.
Siam Daughter is committed to helping Tasmanian families impacted by cancer. $10 from every ticket will be donated to Cancer Council Tasmania.