The Book of Mormon confirmed for Australia

Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad in The Book Of Mormon. Image by Joan Marcus

The Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews MP has confirmed today that The Book Of Mormon will be heading to Australia in 2017. The show is set to open at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre in “early 2017″ according to a tweet from the Premier’s official twitter account and a message on his…

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Le Noir – The Dark Side of Cirque in Adelaide

Le Noir - The Dark Side of Cirque [image supplied]

My hand is getting better now and I have picked up my jaw from the floor of the Festival Theatre. The strength of my wife’s tense grip on my hand through this jaw dropping spectacle surprised me, but not as much as this astounding performance did. The Festival Theatre was…

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Win a Double Pass to Grounded at the Seymour Centre


AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Grounded at the Seymour Centre on Friday, May 1. Presented by Australia’s leading Ensemble theatre company Red Stitch, Grounded is the gripping story of a female fighter pilot striving to reconcile the tensions of an internal war and external battle. Directed by Kirsten von Bibra,…

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MICF: Dave Warneke Dates The Entire Audience

Dave Warneke & Sam Peterson

I’ve heard of double-dating but this is ridiculous. Dave Warneke makes us feel like we’re the most beautiful audience in the world for one very special night of passion and romance in Dave Warneke Dates The Entire Audience, appearing at The Tuxedo Cat as part of the 2015 Melbourne International…

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MICF: 2 Man 3 Musketeers

Pajama Men

1625. France. A young man named d’Artagnan feeds chickens on his family farm and wistfully pines for a different life, one of excitement, valour and duty as a member of the famed Musketeers of the King’s Guard… Then his father turns into an egg, and Alexandre Dumas’s classic is yanked…

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Melbourne season: Black Diggers

QTC. Black Diggers. Photo by Jamie Williams

The National Gallery of Victoria is next to Arts Centre Melbourne. At night, the gallery’s long grey brick walls share an Anzac story in a series of projections. It’s beautiful and huge and well worth spending some time watching. Until Sunday, there’s another Anzac story being shared in the Arts Centre. Black…

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