Part musical theatre, part cabaret, The Executioners features satirical humour, an original score, lyrical wizardry and whimsical dance. And it’s brilliant. ★★★★½
Is romance as we know it dead, asks Nikki Britton. How does the longing to be rescued by Prince Charming fit with strong, independent feminist ideals or the perils of dating apps? ★★★½
Vigil is an intimate and absorbing piece of original musical theatre exploring the raw subject matter of an ailing mother and prodigal daughter.
By turns poignant and rousing, ‘1967 – Music in the Key of Yes’ is both an impressive showcase of Indigenous talent and a celebration of a landmark moment in Australia’s civil rights history.
Rough Diamanté is 60 minutes of hilarious, outrageous, tightly-packed stand-up which races along without respite, writes reviewer Jim Mack. ★★★★½
Many shows promise high-end comedy and eyebrow-raising debauchery. Little Death Club delivers on both counts. ★★★★