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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.
‘Bling’ in spades; an exhausting and non-stop binge of hyperactive excess, but loads of fun nonetheless.
Still disappointing her mum, comedian (and Linkedin star) Diana Nguyen showcases her enthusiasm, charm and talent in her latest show, now on at MICF.
The critic-proof production has opened in Australia to rapturous reviews – but what did we think?
Butoh performance is emotion made physical.
Dancenorth and collaborators TheatreiNQ and Diffraction Collective have created an inspiring 60-minute production.
Maestro Guy Noble presents a selection of greatest hits from four hundred years of royal music.
Presented by Belvoir, Sally Sara's play is a brutally sobering examination of the trauma experienced by foreign correspondents.
After winning an army of literary awards, No Friend but the Mountains, the extraordinary book by Kurdish-Iranian prisoner Behrouz Boochani, has become the inspiration for an operatic work.
Directed by Wesley Enoch, the Sydney Theatre Company's production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ play meditates on generational privilege and its legacy.
An exuberant celebration of music makers – who happen to all be female.
A nostalgic adult musical parody based on the books you love.
Presented by Mature Artists Dance Experience (MADE) and Ten Days on The Island, the If These Halls Could Talk project is a celebration of the role of community halls in our society.
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