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Kermond Creative Entertainment: Spiegelesque

Riverside Theatres Parramatta, NSW
A hilarious adventure into the hitherto majestic world of Vaudeville Burlesque and Cabaret, where song, dance and slapstick collide to create a theatrical Cabaret sensation. Staring Edinburgh Fringe Festival Award Winner, Wayne Scott Kermond and a cast of highly skilled, international acclaimed Cabaret, Circus and Comedy Performers. It’s daring, quirky funny and…
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Michael Cassel Group: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Princess Theatre, Melbourne 163 Spring St, Melbourne, VIC
Jack Thorne’s spellbinding two-part play is to be replaced in May, 2022 by a one-part version, reimagined by Thorne, J.K. Rowling and John Tiffany. The new production, which premiered on Broadway in November, tells the same story in shorter, tighter fashion, without losing any of the magic. Harry is now…
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Melville Theatre: William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged)

Melville Theatre 393A Canning Highway, Palmyra, WA
Shakespheare's long-lost first play, written when he was 17, is coming to Melville Theatre after being found in a treasure-filled English parking lot. The literary holy grail features Shakespeare’s most famous characters and familiar speeches in a new story. But at 100 hours with multiple unwieldy storylines, it was decided…
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Harbour Theatre: Picasso’s Women

Harbour Theatre 16 Lochee Street, Mosman Park, WA
A fascinating insight into Pablo Picasso’s wives and lovers is emerging from the canvas at Harbour Theatre, as three women share stories about their lives with the great artist. Written by Brian McAvera and directed by Jarrod Buttery, Picasso’s Women is a collection of three honest, erotic and humorous monologues…
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: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

Stirling Theatre Morris Place, Innaloo, WA
An Australian stage classic written by playwright Ray Lawler – who turned 100 this year – is coming to Stirling Theatre. Directed by Tim Riessen, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll is considered by literary scholars to be the most significant play in Australian theatre history. It provided a turning point…
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Theatre North: Charles Dickens Reads A Christmas Carol

Theatre North Inc 57 Brisbane Street, Launceston, TAS
A new Christmas tradition for lovers of theatre. Once again, Mr Charles Dickens returns to the humble Earl Arts Centre to continue his now annual tradition of reading excerpts from his famous novel: A Christmas Carol. In a magical turn, Launceston legend Michael Edgar brings to life one of the most…
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Soft Tread: The Wharf Revue: Can of Worms

Seymour Centre Chippendale, NSW
The Wharf Revue is back with its annual satirical laugh-in. The latest iteration is called Can of Worms. In the words of its creators: “All hands on deck for a daring adventure as we navigate the dire Straits of COVID, sail round the treacherous Horn of Scomo, steer well clear…
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Red Line Productions: Happy Days

The Old Fitz Theatre 129 Dowling St, Woolloomooloo, NSW
Every day, Winnie wakes up buried to the waist in a burnt-out post-apocalyptic wasteland, with nothing but the contents of her purse. To top it all off, her husband, Willie, has stopped talking to her. What is one to do in such isolation but get on with it? Beckett’s absurdly…
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Ensemble Theatre: The Woman in Black

Ensemble Theatre Sydney, NSW
Susan Hill’s classic ghost story, adapted for the stage by Stephen Mallatratt, is the second-longest running play in London’s West End. The production at Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre opened in June then had to be shuttered, but has now returned. In the play, Mr Kipps (Jamie Oxenbould) is haunted by mysterious events…
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: Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather

Roleystone Hall WA
Christmas is being turned on its head in Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather at Roleystone Hall. Adapted by Stephen Briggs and directed by Bradley Towton for Roleystone Theatre, the Discworld version of Santa Claus – known as the Hogfather – has gone missing. The character of Death has to step into the…
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Kermond Creative Entertainment: Spiegelesque

Riverside Theatres Parramatta, NSW
A hilarious adventure into the hitherto majestic world of Vaudeville Burlesque and Cabaret, where song, dance and slapstick collide to create a theatrical Cabaret sensation. Staring Edinburgh Fringe Festival Award Winner, Wayne Scott Kermond and a cast of highly skilled, international acclaimed Cabaret, Circus and Comedy Performers. It’s daring, quirky funny and…
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Belvoir St Theatre: The Boomkak Panto

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Belvoir ends its year in festive mode with a pantomime. Written by Virginia Gay, who co-directs with Richard Carroll, The Boomkak Panto is set in a dry, dusty Aussie town, somewhere in the back of beyond. A Big Developer has set his sights on the town, and the little community…