The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell

Darkly humorous and intensely gripping, Reg Cribb’s The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell follows a man’s journey into the darkest secrets of his past and the deepest corners of this country’s soul. Under an ochre sky so...

Prompter (review)

The cavernous surrounds of the Arts House Meat Market sets the scene for Hydra Poesis’s chaotic presentation of Prompter – a work exploring the boundaries of news practice via new technology, driven by the appetites of m...

Other Desert Cities

Mixing a nation’s politics with a family in crisis, Other Desert Cities is a smash hit US drama that bridges the public and the personal. Christmas in sun-drenched Palm Springs: a desert tomb, populated by shrivelled mum...

EQUUS (review)

Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play and the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award, Peter Shaffer’s 1973 play Equus, critics and audiences alike were universal in its praise upon its release. Shaffer was inspired to wri...

The Confidence Man

Told with the gripping intimacy of a tale whispered in your ear, The Confidence Man is a gripping thriller complete with family betrayal, underworld villains and unabated greed. Peter’s family is poised on the precipice ...

Penny Plain

Marking the 25th anniversary of Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes, the Acclaimed puppeteer is currently performing at Arts Centre Melbourne with his new creation Penny Plain. Penny Plain is peopled with characters hi...

Salomé

In a gender bent re-imagining of the Biblical tale about religion, sexuality and the desire to be different, Little Ones Theatre bring you matadors and madonnas in Oscar Wilde’s cult offering Salomé. Crimped with an 80s ...

Jerusalem

New Theatre presents the Australian premiere of Jez Butterworth’s award-winning London and Broadway hit, Jerusalem. On the morning of St George’s Day in a remote corner of rural Wiltshire, Johnny ‘RoosterR...