Driftwood the Musical is a moving, enthralling story of a family surviving the ravages of war. It so timely, that it’s both poetical and painful.

Movement artist Yumi Umiumare is out of the box and not easy to classify with a particular style. 

Charlotte and Scully delivered a thoughtful, funny, and moving new play that balanced toilet humour with hard-hitting, timely content.

Set in Duluth Minnesota in 1934, The Girl from the North Country is a snapshot of troubled people enduring troubled times, gripped as they are by the Great Depression.

Southern is one of those solid comedians who has been at his craft long enough to take whatever comes his way.

Batten Down the Hatches! Secure the gold tarpaulin! The mullet is back and the mayhem is riotous as The Travelling Sisters take to the stage at the Malthouse for the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

When Brendan Black and Martin Chellew heard an MP was sent away for empathy training, they had a lightbulb moment. This is a comic exploration of how Empathy Training might play out – and who might attend...

In Rhys! Rhys! Rhys! he is on fire, rifting on everything from trying to get an ADHD diagnosis to the types of stores that divorced women open.

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