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Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour. Melbourne Festival. Photo Supplie

Melbourne Festival: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

It was impossible to get a ticket for Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe, but it’s running for all of...
The Money. Kaleider. Melbourne Festival

Melbourne Festival: The Money

The Money is every meeting I’ve ever been to.Created by UK-based company Kaleider, it’s part game, immersive theatre and live art. And almost fly-on-the-wall...
You and me and the space in between. Melbourne Festival

Melbourne Festival: You and me and the space in between

I wonder if we go to theatre to re-create, or discover, the childhood experience of sitting in a loving lap and being read a...
Two Dogs. Melbourne Festival

Melbourne Festival: Two Dogs

Director Meng Jinghui is a cult theatre superstar in China and the National Theatre of China is one of the most influential companies in Asia....
Bronx Gothic, PS122. Photo by Sarah Walker

The success of the Melbourne Festival

It’s been 48 hours since my last Melbourne Festival show… Although Melbourne’s festival lovers are looking forward to being in bed by midnight, food...
Masquerade. Photo by Brett Boardman

Melbourne Festival: Masquerade

Kate Mulvany’s gorgeous adaption of Kit Williams's picture book Masquerade celebrates why picture books and stories are so important to children and why whenever...
The Bacchae. Melbourne Festival. Photo by Pia Johnson

Melbourne Festival: The Bacchae

I didn't take my eyes off the stage and am still trying to fully understand the astonishingly beautiful, often disturbing and totally unapologetic adaption...

Melbourne Festival: When the mountain changed its clothing

"If you liked that show, I'm going to push you under a tram." It could only be said in Melbourne, at an arts festival....

Melbourne Festival: The Trouble with Harry

Written by Australian playwright Lachlan Philpott, The Trouble with Harry is a story about Harry Crawford, who was made famous after it was discovered...

Melbourne Festival Chat: Kate Fryer

Kate Fryer is a co-founder of independent acrobatic aerial theatre company Dislocate. Their Melbourne Festival show, If These Walls Could Talk, is another world premiere for the festival....
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