Review: Tyrone and Lesley in a Spot (Metro Arts, Brisbane Festival)

Tyrone and Lesley in a Spot, produced by Metro Arts and playing at The Loft, Theatre Republic as part of Brisbane Festival, defies genre boundaries and is a wonderfully whimsical hour of music, theatre, and comedy suitable for all ages. This is the kind of wonderfully crafted shows that allows you to leave your grown-up... Continue Reading →

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What’s On: The Club (JPR Productions)

The Club 12-15 September, 2019 Epson Lumen Room, Metro Arts Theatre, Brisbane City Tickets: $35 + booking fee; concession, $25 + booking fee JPR Productions present a limited season of David Williamson's iconic brawn-against-bureaucracy play The Club, starring Brisbane and Melbourne talent. The Club is one of Australia's most beloved plays, from one of its... Continue Reading →

Review: Ruby Moon (Moreton Bay Theatre Company)

Moreton Bay Theatre Company present Ruby Moon, directed by Susan O’Toole-Cridland – a chilling piece of absurdist theatre full of mystery and ambiguity, written by Matt Cameron in 2003 but enduringly resonant in an Australian society growing increasingly paranoid. Six-year-old Ruby Moon has disappeared on her way to visit Grandma at the bottom of the... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Ruby Moon (Moreton Bay Theatre Company)

Ruby Moon 30 August - 8 September, 2019 NeverLand Theatre, 5A 4-6 Burke Crescent, North Lakes Tickets: Adult $25; Concession and MBTC members $20 Moreton Bay Theatre Company present Ruby Moon, a riveting Australian play written by Matt Cameron in 2003, directed by Susan O'Toole-Cridland and starring Gary Farmer-Tricket and Sandra Harman. The story revolves... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Henry IV Part I (Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble)

Henry IV, Part I 22 August - 8 September, 2019 The Amphitheatre, Roma Street Parkland Tickets: Adult $35; Concession/Preview $28; Group Discount (10+) $28; School Groups $24 (contact education@qldshakespeare.org to arrange school group bookings). Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble returns to the beautiful surrounds of Roma Street Parkland to present Shakespeare's history, Henry IV Part I, this August and September.... Continue Reading →

Review: Ghosts (The Curators)

People so quickly forget their past selves. Helene Alving’s married life has been held together by lies, but with her only child Oswald returning to Norway from his bohemian artist’s life in Paris, Helene hopes to liberate them both from past taboos after one final gesture of duty to her famous, but secretly debauched, late... Continue Reading →

Review: Oklahoma! (Savoyards Musical Comedy Society Inc)

  Kick up your heels with Savoyards' jovial production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first collaboration and classic American musical, Oklahoma! Set in Western Indian Territory in the United States circa 1906, Oklahoma! seamlessly intertwines stories of romantic rivalry with a lively community competition between the local farmers and cowboys. Handsome cowboy Curly does his best... Continue Reading →

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