War Horse

War Horse is a detailed and dedicated tribute to the far-reaching suffering of all sentient beings in war and for lovers of theatre, extraordinary evidence of your passion.

The 91-Storey Treehouse: Live on Stage!

Most adults would be completely mortified by the thought of a 91 storey treehouse full of hazards and life endangering animals. The children however lapped it up!

Cirque Stratosphere

Swap the big top for the splendid Hamer Hall, this show delivers two hours of truly extraordinary acts of human physicality – tumbling, twirling, twisting, spinning and, at times, literally flying through the air.

Choir of Man

Choir of Man is a cocktail of cabaret, comedy and concert. The mix of classic pop, current bangers and a few Aussie favorites will have you grooving along to their sweet harmonies.

Songs for Nobodies

Robinson is no diva. She makes no claims for stardom, but borrows the light of stars. Her modesty is part of the magic. She is able to disappear and reappear in an instant, each time recreating a diva with a distinct voice, character and tormented history: drugs, alcohol, an early death and other tragedies.

Chicago the Musical

The most recent Australian production lives up to the high standard set by previous incarnations, the razor-sharp choreography and execution (pardon the pun) is some of the slickest I’ve witnessed on the Australian stage.

The Drill | Women's Circus

As a space that facilitated the military training of young men from the Footscray community who were then sent to faraway battlefields, The Drill now fills this space with contemporary circus, theatre and music. There is historical reimagining of the impact of their leaving, a reimagining through a feminine lens.

Where's My Money? | 7th Floor Theatre

Where’s My Money? is a play which seizes your attention, where the handful of protagonists speak with brutal and callous honesty, interwoven with lies and deceit.