Dark Mofo: Allison Bell

Allison Bell. Photo by Felipe Pagani

Dark Mofo 2015 is under way, complete with a fire-breathing organ at Macquarie Point, numerous exhibitions and installations celebrating the unusual and macabre, and the trademark beam of white light piercing the icy Hobart night sky. The performing arts program is just as interesting. Anthony and the Johnsons are are sold-out and Melbourne’s The Rabble’s… Read more.

Triassic Parq: Fun is not extinct

Rob Johnson, Velociraptor of Innocence in Squabbalogic's Triassic Parq. Photograph by Michael Francis.

Jay James-Moody really loves dinosaurs. He loves them so much that he and new spouse Jessica’s honeymoon included Hawaiian locations where Jurassic Park was shot. “My wife Jessica even imitated a raptor during the ceremony,” says the director of Squabbalogic’s new production Triassic Parq. “So I married the right woman.” James-Moody—in his role as artistic… Read more.

Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Hot Picks

Photo: Mark Wojt

With the gala opening fast approaching and such a huge program on offer at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival it’s almost impossible to choose.  Here’s our hot picks for the season – the shows to most look forward to! Back for More We’ve seen them before, and we’ve had a taste of how awesome they… Read more.

Like Me: Immerse yourself in a topsy-turvy world

Mongrel Mouth's Like Me: an immersive theatre experience in a topsy-turvy world.

In Like Me, Mongrel Mouth’s new immersive theatre production, a treatment centre has fallen into the hands of former patients. If that’s not topsy-turvy enough, the production further shakes up traditional expectations. Instead of sitting quietly in your designated seat in a darkened auditorium, the audience roams within eight rooms of Merchant House (built in 1848)…. Read more.