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Fleur Kilpatrick. Photo by Sarah Walker.

Beta Theatre: a festival for new writing

New writing for theatre often goes through a lengthy development process before an audience sees it on stage. Lonely Company’s two-night Beta Fest: Theatre...
Julius Caesar - Melbourne Fringe 2016. Image supplied

Julius Caesar – Melbourne Fringe

“Hooray and up she rises, Hooray and up she rises” chant the working women of Rome to celebrate Caesar’s victory and her return to...
Welcome to Nowhere. Melbourne Fringe

Melbourne Fringe: Welcome to Nowhere

An exciting new initiative between Malthouse Theatre and Monash University, Welcome to Nowhere gives us five brand new plays written by some of Australia's...
Exit Everything. Melbourne Fringe

Melbourne Fringe: Exit Everything

Bridget is obsessed with rock bands. Georgie is obsessed with death. Together we indulge their obsessions, because we understand them both and the moments...

Attic Erratic: The City They Burned

Attic Erratic's The City They Burned is a re-telling of the Genesis story of Lot and his family. I remember learning about godly Lot at my Anglican...

Melbourne Festival: In Spite of Myself

In Spite Of Myself, starring Nicola Gunn, conceived by Nicola Gunn and directed by Nicola Gunn, is all about Nicola Gunn. We know this...
Fleur Kilpatrick. Photo by Sarah Walker.

On Writing: Fleur Kilpatrick

Fleur Kilpatrick was 17 when she was the co-winner of the State Theatre Company of South Australia’s Young Playwrights Award.She’s since completed a theatre...

The Container Festival

Just when it looks like there might be a week without an arts festival in Melbourne, along comes the inaugural Container Festival presented by...

Insomnia Cat Came To Stay – stunning and vibrantly funny

Just about everyone at some point in their lives will stare at the ceiling in defeat, wondering why sleep eludes them, and then suffer...
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