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Reviews/Melbourne
Comedian, CJ Delling’s flyer promises “a show you could bring your mum, first date or dentist to.” And you could. So Dr Sternson, what are you doing next Saturday?
Monday, 28 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Take three clowns, who double as musicians, add three great voices, idiosyncratic lyrics, a guitar, and now and then a trumpet, and you have the inimitable, unforgettable Tripod.
Monday, 28 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
More mainstream than edgy, Velvet is nevertheless a fun night out that will leave its audience feeling happy.
Monday, 28 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
If you’ve reached an age where it seems like you’re the only person you know who hasn't settled down, the only one left without money in the bank, a house, a partner/kids or a proper career, and if you’re still wondering what you want to be...
Saturday, 26 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
There’s wit in Trotsky and Friends but no real point to the goings-on so it comes across as being clever for the sake of it.
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86. Rich Hall
Reviews/Melbourne
He occasionally works himself into a lather of faux outrage, spiralling into ever more preposterous levels of paranoiac detail, and yet frequently emerges with pearls of common sense wisdom.
Saturday, 26 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
From the moment he walked onto the stage at the Comedy Theatre the jokes and the laughter came thick and fast with barely a moment to spare for a gulp of water (on Wil's part) or a chance to catch your breath (on the part of the audience.
Saturday, 26 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Opera Australia's current production of Puccini's last opera Turandot is a spectacular tour-de-force that should not be missed.
Saturday, 26 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Fasten your seat belts; you’re in for a helluva ride, as Jeanette Cronin reprises her role as Bette Davis in Queen Bette, a return season of last year’s smash hit sell out celebration of one of Hollywood’s enduring icons.
Friday, 25 March 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
First staged at the Edinburgh Festival in 2001, Splendour sees four women trapped together in one room of the house of a dictator, waiting for him to arrive for a photoshoot.
Friday, 25 March 2016 | Read more

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