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Orwell’s dystopian future is nowApril, 1984. 13:00. Comrade 6079, Winston Smith, thinks a thought, starts a diary and falls in love. But Big Brother is always watching.Published in 1949, George Orwell’s book …


Back to where we came fromBen’s family has uprooted its restaurant business one too many times. Being the only Thai household in a small country town turns out not to be a great idea. And when graffiti starts …


Nobody is quite what they seemFollowing the popular and critical success of Love and Information in 2015, Kip Williams continues his exploration of Caryl Churchill’s plays with her unique masterpiece, Cloud …


Could you kill someone with a lobster?Paige is a socialite extraordinaire with a nasty streak that runs a mile deep. Tonight, she is reluctantly celebrating her husband’s best-selling book. The usual suspects have …


JackRabbit Theatre presentsFRONT by Michael AberbrombyStart a band, get a space, get a gig, get a crowd. Get a deal, write an album, get signed, get famous. Get played, get heard, get seen, get noticed. Get rich, get …



The Depot Theatre presents Australian premiere of award winning US playTECHNICOLOR LIFE by Jami BrandliA bold, moving and magical celebration of life, love and missing parts.Running time 135 min including …


Profoundly moving and darkly comicA giant of Australian theatre for over 50 years, John Bell makes a very welcome return to the STC stage for The Father, an extraordinary new play which has captivated Paris, London and …


Holding the balance of laughterAustralians all let us rejoice for the return of The Wharf Revue. The unstoppable comedic minds of Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott have been keeping the nation’s …


Moscow’s callingWhat if you could start life over again, knowing what you do now? What if it were all a rough draft waiting to be rewritten?Anton Chekhov wrote Three Sisters during the earliest rumblings of the …


Athens and Sparta are the two greatest city states in the Greek Empire. When the Peloponnesian War is declared, each side must present a united front. While Athenian men and Spartan boys are spurred on to fight by their …