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Could you kill someone with a lobster?Sydney Theatre Company's Dinner by Moira Buffini is a devilishly black satire on middle-class assumptions. Nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, it will have you …


In a typical restaurant, on a typical night, THE BIG MEAL by Dan LeFranc tells the extraordinary story of an ordinary family. The Australian premiere of this multi-award nominated US play is a stunning, big-hearted play …


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 …


Secret House presentsTHE WINTER'S TALEDirected by Sean O’Riordanat The Depot Theatre“This is the chase! I am gone forever.” [Exit, pursued by a bear]In a fit of wild jealousy, Leontes, the King of …



In a remote Russian town, Olga, Masha and Irina yearn for their old life in Moscow. They dream of excitement, freedom and romance, but it seems heartbreak is all they’re going to get. Young and full of ambition, …


The most famous couple that ever lived. Antony and Cleopatra.In the ruthless, ever-expanding empire of Rome, Shakespeare creates an astonishing portrait of a love too great for the world.Mark Antony is a hero in a …


Katherine Thomson’s story about aspiration and reinvention is one of the great Australian plays. Set in Wollongong during the economic rationalism of the ‘80s, Diving for Pearls remains startlingly relevant …


The Goods Theatre Company in association with Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz Theatre is thrilled to present the Sydney Premiere of Dropped by award-winning playwright Katy Warner. Dropped is a darkly comic …


Belvoir is proud to present a new production of the Ibsen classic, Ghosts at Belvoir St Theatre from 16 September to 22 October, directed by Belvoir Artistic Director, Eamon Flack, and starring the inimitable Pamela …