Malthouse Theatre The Listies Ruin Xmas

The Listies Ruin Xmas

Known for their gross-out comedy, DIY props and hilarious onstage antics, The Listies are guaranteed to give kids and adults alike a theatre outing they won’t soon forget in The Listies Ruin Xmas at the Malthouse Theatre...
OA The Elixir of Love editorial Melbourne

The Elixir of Love

Take an Italian opera and set it in the Australian outback in 1915, and the result is a witty and fun rendition of some of Donizetti’s most glorious music at Arts Centre Melbourne from 21 November 2015. A lovesick lad, a...
Sparc Theatre Are You Lonesome Tonight

Are You Lonesome Tonight

Bringing Melbourne audiences the wonderfully unconventional members of the SPARC Theatre ensemble, Are You Lonesome Tonight is their response to encountering both love and loneliness at the Greyhound Hotel from 20 Novemb...
OA The Marriage of Figaro photo by Jeff Busby editorial Melbourne

The Marriage of Figaro

Billed as the Downton Abbey of opera but way more fun, Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro continues to entertain today as it has done for centuries, at Arts Centre Melbourne until 28 November 2015. Masters lusting over serv...
NICA Born in Sawdust

Born in Sawdust

The National Institute of Circus Arts’ (NICA) talented graduating artists of 2015 will be stepping back through the history of circus in their new production, Born in Sawdust playing for a limited season at the Nat...
AAR Briefs Melbourne

Briefs: the second coming

Six Aussies, one New Yorker and a potent blend of glamour and athleticism, infused with dancing, juggling, acro-balancing, trapeze, hula hooping, lip syncing, six-inch heels and sequined frocks. Briefs – the heart-...
John Fleming James Taylor Bittersweet and Low

James Taylor: Bittersweet and Low

Musician and performer John Fleming will return to the stage in November when he premieres his latest show, James Taylor: Bittersweet and Low for an exclusive four show season over three days at Chapel off Chapel in Prah...