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Hailed as a “dizzyingly beautiful tour de force” (The Guardian) and “a theatrical coup to rival the best of Robert Lepage or Complicité” (Sydney Morning Herald), The Picture of Dorian Gray …


Jali: noun: a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician.    Refusing to be defined by a turbulent past, comedian and performer Oliver Twist reflects on his time as a refugee while …



Things Hidden Since the Foundation of the World is an investigation into an iconic murder and an investigation into the nature of investigation. In a world of murder mystery podcasts, wikipedia and an Internet …


Every year more and more people experience the impacts of bushfire devastation. This is the story of one such family who lost their home during the 2003 Canberra bushfires. Nineteen years on they still remember, they …



There's a deal going down. Amongst the flurry of suits and seagulls across Customs House square, Gary and Steve are here to complete a transaction – and it's not going to plan.  An ingenious theatrical …


A metal mouth diggingA change unforgivingA dam is constructedThe land is disrupted In the deep darkness just before dawn, workmen find ancestral bones while excavating for a dam. This ancestor is Wudjang, who longs to …



Celebrating 20 years in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, The Wind in the Willows is Australia’s best-loved family entertainment. From Wednesday 5 to Sunday 23 January join the amazing Mr Toad and his boisterous …


Taking to the Belvoir stage for the first show of 2022, Black Brass is a play of voyaging and discovery, told through music and song that span a continent (Shangana, Swahili, Kikuyu, Xhosa, as well as English). A lauded …


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