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Forecast 2.0 The Singapore Project explores identity in a contemporary, connected, click-bait world.
Many decades and hundreds of performances later it’s no wonder that the musical (touted and lauded as one of the best ever) has withstood the test of time.
The David Walliams-penned tale will next year celebrate its tenth anniversary.
A most glorious concert – musically and vocally dazzling.
Cross-cultural idiosyncrasies and stereotype-skewering abound in this fun, rude and energetic night out.
Russia's romantic composers bring stories alive with music.
A relaxed, conversational, up-and-coming Australian comedian, fresh off a UK tour, Tresidder clearly relishes audience engagement.
Michelle Law’s play is a clarion call for a more inclusive portrait of contemporary Australian society.
David O’Doherty is a bit rude and a whole lot of funny.
Vietnamese-Australian comic Diana Nguyen is a vivacious and effervescent force.
With the evocative use of dark and noise, Director Julia Robertson allows the work to ebb and flow.
Overthrowing capitalist oppression is child’s play.
Master players Bunk Puppets certainly know how to tell a story and then some.
The Last Five Years is a production for lovers of intimate musical theatre experiences.
You Chose Poorly is comedy that makes you think.
This British master of stand-up is back, with another cheeky, opinionated and fundamentally warm-hearted show.
This production is all about the dance: the motion and the meaning. Brilliant dance. Feverish dance.
From the outset, Tieck presents himself as an oversized child raiding the dress up box.
You’re terrible, Muriel. Terribly underwhelming, that is.
A veritable corps of knowledgeable speakers discussing a range of relevant topics interspersed with appropriate musical interludes.
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