Filth | Shouting in the Evening

Filth wants to shock. Full of visceral excess, it deals at length with the irritations of the flesh: scratching eczema, farting, belching, masturbating, eating voraciously, snorting drugs

Explosion Therapy | Terrapin Puppet Theatre

It’s a lot of fun, with much teasing, laughter and, yes, plenty of stuff exploding.

The Honeymoon Suite

In this one-hour cabaret show ‘transcontinental lovebirds’ Mikelangelo and Undine Francesca regale the audience with tales of their time spent in honeymoon suites around the world, reflecting on the story of their own courtship in the process.

The Madness of King Lear

The Madness of King Lear is essentially King Lear recast as a three-hander, taking place entirely in Lear and Cordelia’s prison cell

Mate | Old Nick Company

In a sense, Mate is more about dogs than it is about people - what we can learn from them, what they know that we don’t, and what wonderful creatures they really are

Beyond The Neck | Argy Bargy Productions
Beyond the Neck tells the stories of four characters affected by the day a gunman murdered thirty five people at the Port Arthur historic site.

Con Artists | Terrapin Puppet Theatre
Con Artists involves young sibling tricksters Max and Milly, the exiled children of the greatest con artist of all time.

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A-Z of Dance | Dave Callan

After a trying 5 day lockdown it was a relief to be among the few who could revel in the sublimely silly A-Z of Dance.

Songs of Love and Death | Jane Sheldon and Alex Raineri

At this moment in our cultural history, as Australia emerges gradually from the restrictions imposed because of Covid 19, each live concert is a particularly reviving and refreshing experience.

Videotape | Montague Basement

Loved up in lock down lasts as long as the first knock down in Videotape.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream | 2021 Adelaide Festival

The bewildering confusion between dream and reality begins before one takes one’s seat in the theatre. You have to negotiate a building site and enter the Adelaide Festival Theatre by a side entrance (how like slipping into dream that is!), and put on a mask, so that it seems that the audience is itself on stage.

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