Intimate, inviting, and charmingly crafted Ravel from the Seraphim Trio.
Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company)
The innovative West End and Broadway hit, adapted from Mark Haddon’s novel, makes its Australian debut.
A bawdy, acerbic puppet show that is ultimately very sweet.
Fast-paced and entertaining, American Idiot is a must-see for Green Day fans.
An inventive and powerful piece of theatre hinging on Jimi Bani's warm-hearted story-telling.
This beautiful 30th anniversary production reveals a little gem of an Australian musical.
The Brandenburgs conjure a Dutch street carnival amongst the works of the masters.
A crazy cocktail of circus, drag, comedy, Irish dancing and slam poetry, with something to say.
There is much to savour in this new dance theatre work, but it needs a clearer, stronger focus.
Danish band Between Music plunges the audience into a wondrous underwater sound world.
A new era at Circus Oz has begun in style.
Iestyn Davies and Mark Rylance make a compelling case for music therapy.
A traditional, well-programmed Christmas concert.