My Fair Lady

If there ever were a director equipped to handle the mammoth task of the 60th Anniversary production of My Fair Lady, it would have to be the great Dame Julie Andrews.

Melbourne Talam | Melbourne Theatre Company

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I read that you can burn the same amount of calories watching a thriller as in a 30-minute run. If that’s true then, watching North of Eight’s Toyer gave me quite the workout.

Echo | Melbourne City Ballet

If you are the sort of person who enjoys dance (or think you might enjoy it), you should take the opportunity to wander off of Chapel St this weekend and see what MCB has brought to this intimate stage space.

Miss Blossom Callahann | La Mama

This is the magic of Stephen House's writing. He gives a voice to the marginalised ones who don't have a voice, who are mostly invisible to us. He gives them their voice to tell their story, and lemme tell you, it's authentic stuff.

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In This is Eden, Emily Goddard tells the story of her great great great grandmother, Sarah Ford, who was transported as a convict in 1837 and imprisoned in the Cascades Female Factory near Hobart.

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