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Some very fine playing in an all Mozart program but acoustical issues leave us wanting more.
Do I Matter? distills the thoughts of some 200 women to a confidential survey about their private thoughts, though the results were sometimes fragmented and confusing.
Hand to Earth offered an extraordinary insight into the ceremonies of our First Nations peoples.
Based on Alison Bechdel's graphic novel, this musical is a visually inventive and emotionally rich night at the theatre.
This musical melange of Vienna meets Canberra was well represented in this Opening Gala with classical and contemporary works.
A bold, brave and accessible collection of three distinct and landmark pieces.
Joanna Murray-Smith’s latest play is a high-brow blockbuster that asks provocative questions about what it means to love a culture as well as a person.
The Little Red Company is a quality independent production house, creating original works that offer alternative show experiences.
Two 1950’s enthusiasts discover that the golden era they adore and seek to emulate may be harder to maintain than expected in this relatable STC production.
Mixing circus, puppetry and the odd fart joke, the Dummies return with a show that takes you camping even when you can't find a spot for the tent.
Ben Kochan is obviously a comedy lover and observer of the odd – naming his show for an audience member’s fumble in Penn and Teller: Fool Us – but this has made him unsure which comedy he’s actually practicing in his latest show.
A transportive, immersive, choose your own theatrical adventure.
Self-deprecating and sassy comedy from a performer whose creativity shines through in the wickedly clever lyrics of her songs.
Three comedians offer a selection of humorous hors d'oeuvres that together combine to make a damn fine comedic meal.
A good G-rated, kid-friendly comedy act.
Adam Hills' brand of humour transforms everyday events into unabashed joy.
A complex, provocative and almost absurdist theatre production that surprises as much as it confronts.
A stand-up show about the lives of foreign backpackers on Australian farms and a cross between a personal working holiday retrospective and a culture shock narrative.
From the moment he lounges on stage, Gleeson captures attention with a confident, piss-taking performance.
The welcome return of Zoë Coombs Marr to stand up after a year quietened by COVID brings more than just snappy one-liners in this personal show that delivers the laughs.
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