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Sharpen the cake knives! Two kids can't play nice and now the neighbours are at war. Yasmina Reza's black comedy comes the Chapel off Chapel.
Old circus performances don’t retire – they keep going, at least for these three shows. Deb Batton and Sue Broadway headline a host of living legends of Australian circus, and while they may be getting...
Anne is white and in her sixties, and so faces disapproval when she starts a relationship with a much younger man of a different race. Written by Daniel Keene and directed by Ariette Taylor.
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