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Meow Meow’s silly season show is an odd Christmas panto, steered by a fallen but charismatic diva.
Slick routines and superb singing underpins this convivial, nostalgic celebration of the local pub.
Colin Friels fully inhabits his character in a one-man show that’s guaranteed to haunt you.
The Production Company bow out at the top of their game with the glorious Ragtime.
Grahame Cooper’s intellectual curiosity is paired with his white-hot sense of humour in this one-man show.
Rosalind Hall and Steve Law's electronic music compositions are a stellar example of the talent coming out of Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio.
Jillian Murray inhabits Joan Didion with absolute conviction in this small but beautifully crafted production about the intellectual dislocation of grief.
Anthony Warlow reprises one of his signature roles, 25 years later, and it’s well worth the wait.
Joyful cover band brings a life-affirming experience to drought-stricken regional NSW.
A laugh-out-loud show from avant-garde Japanese theatre company Niwa Gekidan Penino.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s one-woman show leaves you wanting more – so luckily there’s two seasons of the TV series too.
The Ilbijerri Ensemble’s inaugural production revives the ghosts of Richard Frankland’s 2002 play.
Jaha Koo’s one-man, three-rice-cooker show offers insight into the recent struggles of South Korea.
Contessa Treffone plays more than 30 characters in this breathless foodie comedy.
The popular musical, set in Britain during the Thatcher era, is back to impress new audiences with its uplifting story.
In a twist, the world’s most famous artworks come to life in Rossini’s rarely performed opera.
Eight interconnected stories by Maura Pierlot explore neurodiversity, gender identity, family and belonging.
A journey across cultures and down the rabbit hole.
The beloved Briefs boys are back with ribald humour, athletic prowess and all-round charming antics.
Stage adaptation of the classic novel resonates in today’s world with its focus on love, freedom, and social conditioning.
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