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Joe “Mr D” Dombrowski – Indoor Recess

Joe Dombrowski has a very unique perspective on the world, thanks to being both a full-time school teacher and stand-up comedian. Thanks to this unique view on life his new show Indoor Recess is bound to be engaging, inspiring and passionate. Indoor Recess poses the question to the audience, 'What's crazier than spending six hours a day EVERY […]

NIDA Festival Of Emerging Artists

Running from December 11 to 14 the NIDA Festival Of Emerging Artists will feature seven unique productions from students in their final year. Students from NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts (Directing) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (Design for Performance), as well as students from all disciplines at NIDA, will each present their work across three […]

Jo Koy – Just Kidding

American comedian Jo Koy has broken records for most ticket sales at several venues, has won the prestigious Stand Up Comedian of the Year award at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal in 2018 and has his own Netflix special, Comin’ In Hot. Koy has appeared on over 140 episodes of Chelsea Lately […]

Hans – Like A German

Berlin boy-wonder Hans is many things. He’s an accordionist, a dancer, a comedian and an international sex-symbol. After making it all the way to the finals of America’s Got Talent, Hans’ cabaret career soared. His show is packed with glitter and dance and will no doubt feature Hans in a tight sparkly costume playing his […]

Dita Von Teese – Glamonatrix

Few artists embody the term 'iconic' as exquisitely as Dita Von Teese. The modern legend of pin-up and burlesque has re-glorified a bygone era of elegance and redefined feminism. Her elaborate, highly polished shows sell out theatres across the globe and she is revered by celebrities, haute couture designers, and fans that span the full […]

REVIEW: Krapp’s Last Tape

There are two stars of Krapp’s Last Tape, the Samuel Beckett one-act that opened in a Red Line Productions show at the Old Fitz Theatre on Thursday. One is the set, by Brian Thomson, an accomplished worker on stage and film. A towering, glum phalanx of filing cabinets, battered and painted in a wan palette of […]

Gods Cowboys – Slouching Towards Bethlehem

After hanging up their boots for over 23 years, Australia’s favourite Gods Cowboys are back, and are following up their sold-out February reunion tour with a Christmas season performance at Petersham Bowling Club: Slouching Towards Bethlehem.  George Catsi, David Delves and John Knowles make up the group, with each offering up their own array of […]

Eric André – Legalize Everything

American actor, comedian, musician and TV host Eric André will be hitting Australian shores this December for the final leg of his international Legalize Everything tour. He is the creator, host and co-writer of The Eric André Show on Adult Swim and voiced hyena Azizi in Disney’s 2019 live-action remake of The Lion King.  After […]

Sam I Am

After getting in touch via mutual friends and then meeting over a coffee, Sam Martin and Dan Graham established that they both had a common goal: to see disabilities represented accurately in the arts. From this sparked their journey toward Sam I Am – a powerful autographical account of Sam discovering his identity as a […]

REVIEW: Kasama Kita

An intimate exploration of immigration and identity, Kasama Kita unfolds as a drama of family, immigration and the inescapable ties of both. Written by Jordan Shea and fluidly directed by Erin Taylor, this is a heartfelt tribute to the experiences of Filipinos who came to Australia for opportunities and discovered more than they expected. Nancy, her […]