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101 Hits | Tripod
Written by Jan Chandler   
Monday, 28 March 2016 14:45

101 Hits | Tripod

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.

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Longing Lasts Longer | Penny Arcade
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Saturday, 26 March 2016 15:11

Longing Lasts Longer | Penny Arcade

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 when you grow up, then Arcade’s the woman for you.

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Rich Hall
Written by Simon Piening   
Saturday, 26 March 2016 13:32

Rich Hall

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.

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Turandot | Opera Australia
Written by Eliza Rozeboom   
Saturday, 26 March 2016 12:33

Turandot | Opera Australia

Opera Australia's current production of Puccini's last opera Turandot is a spectacular tour-de-force that should not be missed.

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Velvet | Organised Pandemonium
Written by Lee Bemrose   
Monday, 28 March 2016 11:45

Velvet | Organised Pandemonium

More mainstream than edgy, Velvet is nevertheless a fun night out that will leave its audience feeling happy.

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Trotsky and Friends | Bon Voyage Productions
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Saturday, 26 March 2016 13:58

Trotsky and Friends | Bon Voyage Productions

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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Fire at Wil | Wil Anderson
Written by Jan Chandler   
Saturday, 26 March 2016 12:53

Fire at Wil | Wil Anderson

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.

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Queen Bette | G.bod Theatre
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 25 March 2016 14:29

Queen Bette | G.bod Theatre

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.

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