The Reluctant Shopper | Long Run Theatre

A simple but effective comedy, The Reluctant Shopper kept its audience engaged and the laughs rolling freely.

The Major Minor Party | version 1.0

Are you addicted to dinner party debates, and do you rant at the TV whenever a politician spouts out another sound bite? Then you’ll get your chin stroking and hmmm pondering going with a visit to version 1.0’s production of The Major Minor Party.

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow

Giggles, laughs and a couple of gaffes – that’s what you get with a collection of comedians in one night.

Frankenstein | Ensemble Theatre

This is the core strength of this production. The unnamed creation of Frankenstein is the life and soul of this play, and he shines.

Richard, Professor of Literature

The solo performer, Stéphane Georis, is a master of storytelling and puppetry. His repartee is as engaging as it is clever and the choice of objects is remarkably appropriate.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Kupenga Kwa Hamlet | Two Gents Productions

The Street Theatre has brought to Canberra two of the cleverest interpreters of Shakespeare’s work who ever trotted the globe.

Animal Farm | shake & stir theatre co

Playing far too short a season at The Q, Shake & Stir’s Animal Farm is a remarkable piece of theatre.

Henry 4 | Bell Shakespeare

A post-industrial landscape meets a little Brit kitsch in Bell Shakespeare’s latest work to grace the stage of Canberra’s Playhouse.

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The Pond | Flight Path Theatre

Protagonists, He and She are so all over each other at the beginning of Con Nats’ The Pond, they don't just get a room, they buy a house.