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‘I had to interrogate my own privilege to write a script that rang true’ – Ben Grant on writing ‘the Rug’

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Critically acclaimed sound designer, actor, writer and theatremaker Ben Grant is just about to launch his new electropera (that’s a portmanteau of electronic opera) at…

‘We wanted to be uncomfortable again’ – Steven Mitchell Wright on the Danger Ensemble’s move to Melbourne, boundary pushing theatre and the Hamlet Apocalypse

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After a decade of creating and touring their unique experimental theatre to polarised audiences and critical acclaim, the Brisbane-based The Danger Ensemble have relocated to…

‘I’m absolutely susceptible to peer pressure’ – Josh Ladgrove on taking Neal Portenza back to Edinburgh

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Comedian Josh Ladgrove took his character Neal Portenza out for one last spin at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2018. We stopped by talk…

Two Little Dickheads talk about the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, making joyful comedy and giving voices to your cats

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Sharnema Nougar and David Tieck are Two Little Dickheads – a Melbourne-based comedy duo with a strong streak of silliness in their sketch. Like many…

‘It feels like you’re sitting the the crowd’ – Simon Cumming on the intimacy of comedy albums, aiming for the ARIAs, and his label Chuckle Cabin Records

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Maybe you’re a fan of podcasts seeking something a bit more polished. Maybe you love Netflix stand up specials but don’t have that much time…

‘A queen’s image is often only fierce through the work of many hands’ – Melanie Jame Wolf / Savage Amusement on HIGHNESS

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Artist Melanie Jame Wolf / Savage Amusement is back in Melbourne for the Australian debut of HIGHNESS. Part two in a trilogy on archetypes of womanhood, HIGHNESS…

Check out our interview with improviser Brianna Williams and win free tickets to see the Big HOO-HAA!’s 8th birthday show!

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The Big HOO-HAA! are turning 8! Since 2010 this rambunctious bunch of hearts and bones have been improvising their way across stages, through festivals, and…

Elisa Armstrong talks forgetting history, humanising women and the dangers of entertainment for the upcoming Marie Antoinette

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Now spanning over 220 years, the morbid fascination with the “It Girl” of Versailles continues as Heartstring Theatre present the Australian premiere of award-winning playwright David…