|Diving For Pearls|
Katherine Thomson’s story about aspiration and reinvention is one of the great Australian plays. Set in Wollongong during the economic rationalism of the ‘80s, Diving for Pearls remains startlingly relevant – the political decisions of that time planted the seeds of divide we continue to witness between those with opportunity, and those without.
Preview 8 – 12 September
Monday – Friday 7pm
Tuesday 17 October 7pm
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Tuesday 26 September (exclusive to Griffin subscribers)
There’s a sense of anticipation as the curtain rises again on this classy looking OA production...
All that glistens is not gold, it's largely green, as The Emerald City plays host to the Emerald...
Anti-progressives who rankle at the idea of open-minded education for children will probably...
Aquasonic is a sonic exploration of water and the effects produced when instruments are played...
There’s two sides of every story and that's what we get here, two perspectives, two versions of...
|Little Darlings Night Owls Kid’s Film Festival|
|THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS|
|Afterglow: On the Border of Things|
|MY NAME IS JIMI|
|Wizard of Oz|