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    19-26 Jul See a dark twist on 'happily ever after' as Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine reinvent a suite of classic fairytales in this... More details
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    15-27 Jul For thurty years Maude Davey has been a poster girl for uninhibited on-stage exhibitionism, though always with a conscientious... More details
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    17-27 Jul "In your life, what object do you feel best represents your relationship with HIV?" asks Phillip Adams, choreographer and... More details
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    15-27 Jul For thurty years Maude Davey has been a poster girl for uninhibited on-stage exhibitionism, though always with a conscientious... More details
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    17-27 Jul "In your life, what object do you feel best represents your relationship with HIV?" asks Phillip Adams, choreographer and... More details
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    17-27 Jul This show is of that type that’s too generous. It wants to tell us about two extraordinary lives, and do this in the sweetly... More details
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    Sat 26 Jul See the 12-piece Moreland City Orchestra, an eight-piece band and eight back-up singers help take you on Tony Franks' trip... More details
  • (Theatre)

    19-26 Jul See a dark twist on 'happily ever after' as Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine reinvent a suite of classic fairytales in this... More details
  • (Theatre)

    15-27 Jul For thurty years Maude Davey has been a poster girl for uninhibited on-stage exhibitionism, though always with a conscientious... More details
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    19-27 Jul The Production Company kicks off its 2014 season of musical theatre delights with Damon Runyon's classic dream-voyage through... More details
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    15-27 Jul For thurty years Maude Davey has been a poster girl for uninhibited on-stage exhibitionism, though always with a conscientious... More details
  • (Theatre)

    17-27 Jul "In your life, what object do you feel best represents your relationship with HIV?" asks Phillip Adams, choreographer and... More details
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    13 Jun-17 Aug Following the smash-hit success of their South Pacific collaboration, John Frost and Opera Australia team up to rejuvenate... More details
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    22 Jun-28 Sep It’s impossible to approach a new production of Les Misérables with anything but trepidation. Our modern age is bitterly... More details
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    05 Jul-09 Aug There’s a hell of a lot of talk in David Mamet’s plays. Famous for his scattergun approach to dialogue, his characters... More details
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    17 Jul-02 Aug Venezuelan-born playwright Alirio Zavarce tests the outer limits of sanity, looking for what he calls a "theory of rational... More details
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    23 Jul-02 Aug Purgatorio is a formidable work of drama created by Chillien playwright, Ariel Dorfman. The play is set to be an emotional... More details
  • (Theatre)

    13 Jun-17 Aug Following the smash-hit success of their South Pacific collaboration, John Frost and Opera Australia team up to rejuvenate... More details
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    Wed 30 Jul It's Christmas Eve in a rundown flat somewhere north of Dublin. There is plenty of drink, plenty of talk, and a rowdy... More details
  • (Theatre)

    17 Jul-02 Aug Venezuelan-born playwright Alirio Zavarce tests the outer limits of sanity, looking for what he calls a "theory of rational... More details
  • (Theatre)

    23 Jul-02 Aug Purgatorio is a formidable work of drama created by Chillien playwright, Ariel Dorfman. The play is set to be an emotional... More details

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