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REVIEW: CLOC’s “Wicked”

Wicked is without question one of the musicals I’ve cherished the most throughout my time as a musical theatre enthusiast. I’ve seen it performed...

Comedy Review: Larry Dean’s ‘Farcissist’ 10/04/17

Infectiously loveable, Glaswegian comedian, Larry Dean presented his latest stand up show Farcissist, in Swanson Street at the admirable Melbourne Town Hall as part...

COMEDY REVIEW – Gravel

The dreary town of Gravel was anything but boring at their official opening night on Friday. The whole crowd was captivated by the mystery...

CABARET REVIEW: From Bourbon St to Broadway @ The Butterfly Club

From Wicked to Mary Poppins, she’s been behind some of the most iconic and vocally demanding roles in Melbourne’s amateur theatre scene; but this...

REVIEW: Blue Saint’s “Songs for a New World”

“Songs for a New World” was without question one of the most unique and abstract theatre shows I’ve ever attended. Not as comprehensive as...

REVIEW: ARTEFACT THEATRE COMPANY’S “PROOF”

“Proof” marks the second time this year where I’ve had the privilege of attending the debut performance of a brand new company and, to...

REVIEW: Red Stitch’s “THE HONEY BEES”

As a pioneer of showcasing Australian talent both on stage and behind the scenes, it is no secret that Red Stitch Actor’s Theatre have...

THEATRE REVIEW – Priscilla: Queen of the Desert

Priscilla: Queen of the Desert is back, and bigger than ever in Melbourne this year. She’s come home, nearly 10 years after the last...

REVIEW: Red Stitch’s “THE RIVER”

Though I am old with wandering, through hollow lands and hilly lands, I will find out where she has gone, and kiss her lips and...

REVIEW: Burning House’s “The Tragedy of Coriolanus”

Despite always being quite a strong fan of Shakespeare’s work in reading, there have been many moments over the years where I’ve struggled to...

THEATRE EVENT: Someone Has To Pay For It

A verbatim theatre piece performed Sunday the 24th April provided a striking snapshot into the tragedy of those involved in Bangladesh’s Rana Plaza Collapse three...

REVIEW: Babirra’s “Mary Poppins”

Mary Poppins is perhaps one of the most iconic, yet simultaneously underrated musicals of our time. The story of a family who, despite appearances,...