Events for November 10, 2017
From migrant camps to pill-popping hipster dinner parties, from prison cells to gay saunas and porn shoots, Merciless Gods is a vicious and tender portrait of contemporary Australian society, capturing the haunting aspects of the human psyche.Find out more »
Every Friday night, Bruce Glen, The Gentleman Magician presents an intimate evening of stylish magic and intriguing stories within one of Australia’s most beautiful historic buildings: home of the Royal Automobile Club of Australia.Find out more »
We end the year with a comedic twist on the Genesian favourite - a murder mystery! Ed Sala's hilarious Bloody Murder takes all the classic elements of a British murder mystery but adds one huge twist you won't see coming!! Diabolically different and laugh out loud funny, every twist and turn of this extraordinary new play will leave you on the edge of your seat... or falling off it with laughter!Find out more »
A hilarious take-no-prisoners comedy for anyone who feels a mix of terror and affection about spending Christmas with family.Find out more »
Undateable. Unemployable. Unstoppable.
Muriel Heslop is back! In this highly-anticipated world premiere, the iconic Australian film is set to become an equally iconic laugh-out-loud musical.Find out more »
Lally Katz is on a journey. She’s left Australia behind and she’s in the country of her childhood, trying to find a way back to when things were innocent. Her relationships are chaotic, her professional life is a shambles and contemporary America seems riddled with charlatans and shysters. But along the way moments of wisdom bubble up, as if from some lost ancient city beneath the waves off Florida…Find out more »
What if you could start life over again, knowing what you do now? What if it were all a rough draft waiting to be rewritten?
Anton Chekhov wrote Three Sisters during the earliest rumblings of the Russian Revolution. Living at the turn of a new century, his characters are adrift in uncertain times – holding on to memories of the past, grasping at hopes for the future.Find out more »