Moby Dick | Sport for Jove

Moby Dick is at times a contemplative slow burn, but at others veritably leaps off the stage with a powerful and well-oiled stagecraft that weaves an engrossing story, one which grabs you both viscerally and intellectually.

2018 Byron Writers Festival

Writers and authors bring our ideas, unformulated, to the fore with their insight, intuition, ambition and determination. Through their experiences, observations and sheer talent, we can share their vision through their written words and visual delivery.

Stomp

Don’t miss STOMP – it will leave you feeling like the world is an unexplored adventure park, in which a satisfying sound is only one rubbish can or kitchen sink away.

Cry-Baby | LPD and Hayes Theatre Co

Sometimes a production is just SO good its hard to write a review. There are simply not enough superlatives to go around. This is one of those shows. Simply put – its great and you should not miss it.

The Great Illusionist | Het Filiaal Theatermakers

The Great Illusionist had barely begun before young and old alike responded with delightful giggles. This simple joy was present throughout and was the real magic of the show. 

Stupid F%*#ing Bird | New Theatre

Chekhov is supposed to have said that if an author hangs a gun on the wall at the beginning of a story he had better fire it to signal the end.

Hunting of the Snark | Sydney Opera House

Although The Hunting of the Snark at the Sydney Opera House has borrowed some inspiration from the original story, it is hard to compare the two.

2018 Bello Winter Music Festival

Winter in Bellingen: what better way to celebrate the season than with hot music and warm encounters of every kind.

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