Hello Again | Gaiety Theatre

There is something very unique afoot at the Darlinghurst Theatre, something which stretches beyond the regular confines of independent theatre: A musical!

Much Ado About Nothing | Sydney Shakespeare Festival
Much Ado About Nothing, essentially, was and is the When Harry met Sally of the late 16th & early 17th centuries

A Year With Frog and Toad
A quick glance around the room revealed spellbound young faces, sometimes agape, but most striking were the beams of mothers and sundry adults, clearly transported, through the mists and delusions of nostalgia, deep into the magical nether-world of naivete

Impractical Jokes | Charlie Pickering

In a time when “war” is followed by the phrase “on terror”, it is surprisingly refreshing to be taken into the world of Charlie Pickering.

China | William Yang
Yang takes his audience on his journeys into China where he seeks a deeper understanding of his roots and to expose himself to the culture and people of his spiritual homeland

La boheme | Opera Australia

La bohème is a beautiful opera and this production has done a good job at capturing the romance and nostalgia of Puccini’s masterpiece.

Short & Sweet Sydney
Well it’s time once again for the biggest little play festival in the world, Short+Sweet as it bursts onto the Sydney theatre scene for it’s seventh year

Angry Young Women & Mile High
Together these two plays make a delightful double bill, which would make a fun girl’s night out, but an uncomfortable choice for a first date.

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