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Almost Fixed it | Luke McGregor
Written by Jane Canaway   
Sunday, 02 April 2017 09:05

Almost Fixed it | Luke McGregor

Luke McGregor starts apologizing as soon as he steps on stage and at times you just want to slap him and shout, “you’re a perfectly fine human being, stop worrying!”

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Once In Royal David's City | Black Swan State Theatre Company & Queensland Theatre
Written by Dylan James   
Friday, 31 March 2017 18:32

Once In Royal David's City | Black Swan State Theatre Company & Queensland Theatre

In this co-production from Black Swan State Theatre Company and Queensland Theatre, love and loss are explored in a riveting performance that pulls out all the stops.

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Two | Ensemble Theatre
Written by Jack Teiwes   
Thursday, 30 March 2017 21:56

Two | Ensemble Theatre

Set in a regional Australian pub in 1989, Jim Cartwright’s play Two is almost an anthology, containing no pronounced core narrative, but rather as a showcase for two actors to show their versatility as they double-up in a succession of several roles each.

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Carmen | Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour
Written by Richard Cotter   
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 16:24

Carmen | Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour

Set in Spain 1959, a period of Franco's fascist fiscal fiasco, Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour's latest incarnation of Carmen gives us the glitz and glamour of post War Europe and off sets it with a gypsy crew of contrabandits.

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Critically Wil | Wil Anderson
Written by Jane Canaway   
Friday, 31 March 2017 23:06

Critically Wil | Wil Anderson

There are few things in this world funnier than Wil in full rant and his choice of topics is growing every year.

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Cath Styles in Girl's Night | Laughing Girl Productions
Written by Jane Canaway   
Friday, 31 March 2017 10:47

Cath Styles in Girl's Night | Laughing Girl Productions

Cath Styles has invited around a few of her comedic besties and they’re having an open party every night, with everyone invited.

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Tosca | WA Opera
Written by Megan Green   
Thursday, 30 March 2017 08:48

Tosca | WA Opera

Giacomo Puccini’s opera in three acts, Tosca, originally premiering at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome in 1900, is one of the jewels in the Italian composer’s crown.

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Trainspotting Live
Written by Annika Priest   
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 16:11

Trainspotting Live

Choose Life. Choose a job. Choose nudity and fluids flung around in close confinement. Choose a brilliant, brutal Scottish theatre adaption of Irvine Welsh’s zeitgeist 1993 tome.

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