The Street Theatre Breaking The Castle Peter Cook as Dave - photo by Shelly Higgs

Breaking The Castle

Dave is a struggling actor, prone to addiction, be it alcohol, drugs, women, gambling, or as he tells us in his opening monologue, the high of acting in front of an audience. Such is the pull of his addictions that he fi...
GOUD Love Me Tinder Effie

Effie in Love Me Tinder

When it comes to Aussie icons we can’t go past Crocodile Dundee or Dame Edna. But there’s only one Greek Aussie treasure, and that’s our beloved Effie – the alter ego of comedian Mary Coustas. Eff...
A O Làng Pho - photo by Nguyen The Duong

A O Làng Pho

Devised by the founders of company Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam, À O Làng Pho (from village to city) is billed as a “Vietnamese Bamboo Circus” following on from a work (Làng Tôi) first presented in 2005. This instalment dra...
Monty Python's Spamalot Marty Alix, Josie Lane, Cramer Cain and Company - photo by John McRae

Monty Python’s Spamalot

You don’t have to be a Monty Python fan to enjoy this hopelessly silly musical rip-off of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, but it certainly adds to the fun if you can recognise the many classic Python routines that are w...
HMS Pinafore

H.M.S. Pinafore

If you can’t get to Sydney for the Mardi Gras, then this production of H.M.S.Pinafore at The Q in Queanbeyan might be your next best bet. As camp as a row of tent pegs, awash with sequins and glitter make-up, this gender...