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A family friendly vibe, Galea leads the way as our charming host of Best Trick Ever presented at the Sydney Opera House.
Comedian, actor, writer and director Sam Longley beautifully brings to life the 'revised' version of Jack and the Beanstalk.
In times like these we are privileged to be presented with a magnificent triple bill full of splendid playing.
This production transcends any age barrier to bring the purest of theatrical magic to the Capitol Theatre in a glacier clear reflection of Disney values.
The Christmas story becomes a salve, a symbol of warm hope after a year of trauma.
Come along and slap your thighs and stamp your feet to a musical that will never die!
No shortage of portraits on the Sydney Theatre Company stage as Oscar Wilde is re-envisioned and revered by a remarkable performance, state of the art tech and inspired directorial vision.
The quote describing 'dancers as space-eaters' was not coined with site-specific works directly in mind, but it certainly rings true for the in-situ show SITU-8.
This outstanding play by Angela Murphy welcomes back live theatre performances in Cairns.
A deliciously camp version of the Noël Coward play, direct to Australian screens from the London stage.
Andy Manley’s nearly wordless performance captivates young audiences, making the most of their powerful imaginations.
This contemporary take on 16th-century English history marries witty writing with 90s girl pop.
Inez Baranay presents in elegant prose a richly laden smorgasbord of concepts and ideas.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s one-woman show leaves you wanting more – so luckily there’s two seasons of the TV series too.
A smutty and delightful performance that makes other cabarets look tame.
A spectacular work of dance imprisoned in a plodding narrative.
This ‘CineConcert’ brings together superb filmmaking, a brilliant score, and the orchestra displaying their versatility.
Two women in a bind discover that friendship adds piquancy to their lives in this fast-paced, comedic two-hander.
It may be Bach heard through different languages, instruments and times but the glory still resonates.
Dublin Fringe continues with Derek Byrne’s debut play based on a real-life encounter at a cruising spot, and a madcap, high-energy performance from Lords of Strut.
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