Smash together 10 seasons’ worth of the ’90s hit TV show Friends on stage and you’ll get exactly what you came for: a whole lot of Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey. Could it be any more fun?
Of the career-defining show that was Nanette, Hannah Gadsby writes: “I took everything I knew about comedy, then I pulled it all apart and built a monster out of its corpse.” This is the blood-flow of that monster, the build-up to the bursting-forth.
Immersed in near-darkness and wearing headphones with 3D sound, the audience at Blindness is plunged into a plague like we’ve never known.
In elegiac, epic splendour, four talented Australian singers pay homage to Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse – the five most distinguished members of the ill-fated 27 Club. ★★★★★
Grounded in her own experience, Michèle Saint-Yves’ Clock for No Time is a play about disability, the father-daughter relationship and living in a world where it often feels like time is running out – and the writer-director is determined to ensure as many people as possible can see it.
Poet and performer Caroline Reid has revived Siarad – an engaging spoken-word performance about memory and mess, moving through and moving on – for a return season at the COMEBACK Festival at Goodwood Theatre & Studios.