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Ensemble Theatre: Unqualified 2: Still Unqualified

Ensemble Theatre Sydney, NSW
They might be carrying briefcases and commanding bigger paycheques, but straight-talking Joanne and perennially optimistic Felicity are back and STILL UNQUALIFIED in this sequel to 2018’s hilarious hit comedy. It’s been a year since we left Joanne and Felicity singing at a karaoke bar. They now live together, work out…
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Ensemble Theatre: Unqualified 2: Still Unqualified

Ensemble Theatre Sydney, NSW
They might be carrying briefcases and commanding bigger paycheques, but straight-talking Joanne and perennially optimistic Felicity are back and STILL UNQUALIFIED in this sequel to 2018’s hilarious hit comedy. It’s been a year since we left Joanne and Felicity singing at a karaoke bar. They now live together, work out…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Wayside Bride

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
In a street out the back of the Cross is a very special place – the Wayside Chapel. It’s a haven for the poor, the excluded, the misfits. It’s a place of faith and a place of love. And it’s a place where people could declare their love – even…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Light Shining in Buckinghamshire

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Social upheaval. Dreams, and defeat. And the power of language in the mouths of those that saw the light. Caryl Churchill’s 1976 classic Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, set during the English Civil War, tells of the ordinary people who went into battle for the soul of the nation. Incendiary, pulsing…
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Sydney Theatre Company: City of Gold

Wharf 1 Theatre Sydney, NSW
This unflinching, semi-autobiographical play by Meyne Wyatt premiered in 2019 in a co-production between Queensland Theatre and Griffin Theatre Company, starring Wyatt himself. This new production, co-produced by Black Swan State Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company, opened in Perth in March and received a four-and-a-half-star review from Limelight, which described…
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Malthouse Theatre: The Return

Malthouse Theatre 113 Sturt St, Southbank, Melbourne, VIC
The remains of Indigenous people were once considered ‘exotic’ trophies of antiquity, and thousands were dug up under the cover of night and sold to the highest bidder. Some remain in private homes, other are hidden in the bowels of museums and universities. Yorta Yorta man Jason Tamiru has spent…
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Australian Theatre for Young People: The Deb

The Rebel Theatre Pier 2/3, Suite 2, 13A Hickson Road, Dawes Point, NSW
High school outcast and whimsical mega-dork Taylah longs to be the princess in her own fairy tale. Which isn’t easy in Dunburn – a drought-stricken Aussie town struggling for survival, where cool girls and footy hunks lead the pack. But when her hyper-woke, inner-city cousin Maeve comes to stay, the…
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Griffin Theatre Company: Ghosting the Party

Griffin Theatre Company 13 Craigend St, Darlinghurst, NSW
Coming home from her sister’s funeral, Grace decides that at 87 years old… her time has come. She’s done with it all. She’s ready to leave the party. Her daughter, Dorothy, decides her mum is just depressed. She makes it her mission to show Grace the beauty of living. But…
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Michael Cassel Group: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Princess Theatre, Melbourne 163 Spring St, Melbourne, VIC
When Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opened in Melbourne in February 2019, it did so in an epic two-part version that could be seen across one day or on two separate occasions. It was a fantastic, spellbinding production that scored a five-star review from Limelight. Now comes a shorter,…
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Melbourne Theatre Company: The Heartbreak Choir

Southbank Theatre Southbank, VIC
MTC presents the world premiere of this “warm-hearted hug of a play” by the late Aidan Fennessy. The local choir used to be the quiet heartbreak of the town but a devastating event split the townsfolk in two. Now Barbara and her friends have separated from the original choir and are…
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State Theatre Company South Australia: Cathedral

Adelaide Festival Centre Adelaide, SA
This new one-man play by Caleb Lewis is about a man whose life is shaped by the ocean. It begins on the Limestone Coast with a man kneeling by his dive gear. From there it moves from Mount Gambier to Thailand to the North Sea. A thriller, family drama and journey…
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Shake and Stir: Jane Eyre

Canberra Theatre Centre Canberra, ACT
Brontë’s gothic tale of a spirited orphan in search of love, family and a sense of belonging, blazes the country in 2022. Witness one of the most iconic pieces of English literature retold in a faithful yet fiercely original new stage adaptation from the nationally-renowned shake & stir theatre co (Animal Farm,…