This show is all about country, self, friendship and the sublime voices of Archie Roach and Tiddas.
Author Tara Forbes-Godfrey
Dirty, fascinating, funny, soulful and political ball of pure talent from start to finish
The beloved classic by L. Frank Baum has been given an exciting, vibrant new look in this London Palladium, Andrew Lloyd Webber production starring Lucy Durak, Jemma Rix and Anthony Warlow.
Jason Pestell: Kmart is Life – we’ve all seen the memes and if you are an avid Kmart shopper than you live by the motto that Kmart should be renamed to “Shut up and take my money”
Gameshow of Thrones- Send a Raven to the seven Kingdoms and tell them to gather at the Speakeasy for the most serious of battles to decide once and for all who will sit on the Iron Throne.
The Gizmo by Verity Laughton adapted from Paul Jennings’ book, is a fun theatre show for the family with a cast of three.
Yianni Agisilaou – Teaching a Robot to Love is an hour of intelligent conversation about Artifical Inteliengence and what it means for society both now and in the future.
Randy’s Anti-Crisis will have you questioning your beliefs as well as your life choises. Definitely not your usual type of comedy show where jokes are made about growing up with embarrassing parents or the usual digs at current world leaders.
Swamp Juice is a must see show for all ages. In an era where reduce, reuse, recycle has become a way of life, these extrodinary puppets demonstrate just what can be done with bits of rubbish to turn them in to something quite spectacular.
Deaf Comedy Fam is what the Fringe is all about. A show that exposes you to new ways at looking at things and educates you in a way where you don’t realise it’s happening because you’re laughing so much.
Comedians Against Humanity is a show for those of us who love to interact with comedians and are fans of improv comedy rather than a rehearsed script.