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It’s always an unknown when you buy tickets to a show like the Gala, because the cast is not announced beforehand. There would have been very few disappointed punters with this comedy line up.
Thursday, 28 April 2016 | Read more
The magic of the book has now been brought gloriously to the stage by Jonathan Rockefeller, who combines the caterpillar’s famous tale with 3 other beloved Carle stories, and brings them to life with the use of 75 puppets.
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 | Read more
In choosing to stage Swallow, the company has not taken the easy option of delivering a crowd pleasing night at the theatre. It is a tough, terrifying, complex and conflicting play that demands attention. And this production is palpably...
Sunday, 24 April 2016 | Read more
Hannah Gadsby took the stage to thunderous applause. I think a comedian can be truly stated to have “made it” when they play a venue as sizeable as “The Maj”.
Sunday, 24 April 2016 | Read more
Little Shop of Horrors is a superb revival of a cult musical classic that’s also an evening of unadulterated bliss.
Sunday, 24 April 2016 | Read more
Disgraced is play about prejudices, both unexamined and overwrought, the assimilation and persistence of culture, the (in)escapable nature of heritage and upbringing, with the often disastrous intersections of the personal and political when such...
Saturday, 23 April 2016 | Read more
The Australian Ballet’s production of Storytime Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty brings the fairy tale to the stage with a flutter of magnificent tutus and enchanting ballet performances.
Saturday, 23 April 2016 | Read more
Some may nay say; a comedian trying to do Shakespeare is way to dusty death, but in the gifted, meandering, manic mechanics of this presentation, it moves like a maverick mystery tour, always surprising, never really knowing where it might snake...
Friday, 22 April 2016 | Read more
This debut production by Balloon Head Theatre of Noel Coward's classic romantic comedy was also my first experience of the play, and although I know that it is produced regularly to mostly glowing reviews, and although I am a sucker for a good...
Thursday, 21 April 2016 | Read more
Bright World spans some eighty years of history, bringing together stories from two different continents, Europe and Australia, and two different cultures, Jewish and Aboriginal.
Wednesday, 20 April 2016 | Read more

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