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Welcome to Season 2018: A season of epic confessions, hilariously mad entanglements and beautiful consequences.
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Stage-Talk Sep 20
Royal Lyceum Edinburgh & present the world premiere of . David Greig adapts the Stanisław Lem Sci-fi novel for 2019. Cast will include . Read more...
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Steve Dow Sep 17
“I’m such a ham. Although there are elements of serious acting, even with Dave. I cry. Dave gets really emotional” My yarn with , currently on stage in with Post and soon as a Bossy Bottom
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Jane Miller Sep 13
“Blasted” at is a superb, gut wrenching production of a visceral, brutally poetic text. Writing of rare and cruel brilliant. Production holds a mirror to the audience reflecting the privilege associated with our discomfort. Awesome in the truest sense of the word.
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Anthea Williams Sep 13
Oh god. It gave me all the feels. I had so much fun and it reminded me how wonderful my woman friends are. I was so moved
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Malthouse Theatre Sep 13
Amazing! 👏
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Declan Greene Sep 13
For the love of god don't miss ICH NIBBER DIBBER at . It's as funny and ingenious a piece of live-art-comedy as you'd expect from , but I also reckon its one of the most brilliant examples of oz playwriting I've seen in years
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Zoe Coombs Marr Sep 11
Four sparkly stars and this sweet az review from woop: “These are three of the funniest women in the country... Ich Nibber Dibber is brilliant, irreverent, autobiographical theatre” ON TIL THE 23RD BISHES!
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Malthouse Theatre Sep 11
Don’t miss the FREE screening of Ivan Sen’s on 18 Sep. Starring Aaron Pedersen as detective Jay Swan who uncovers a web of crime and corruption. Part of FCAC's Black Screen program.
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Keith Gow Sep 11
post's ICH NIBBER DIBBER is excellent. Women watching themselves and digging through a decade or more of conversation. Hilarious, illuminating and with a healthy amount of ridiculous.
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SYN Features Sep 3
Sarah Kane's play is two decades old, but its story seems more relevant now than ever. Click below to read Dana Hamilton's thoughts on the Malthouse Theatre's production of "Blasted".
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Theatre Press Sep 8
Ich Nibber Dibber intelligently comments and navigates the complex terrain it raises [...] and its capacity to make its audience laugh under such examinations makes for powerful theatre." - Leeor Adar reviews
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Zahra Newman Sep 6
Totally thrilled to take on this beast with and Cannot wait!
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Malthouse Theatre Sep 6
Join 2019 Studio Residency Program for a unique opportunity to develop site-specific or site responsive works. Apps close 16 Sep! Check it out:
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Malthouse Theatre Sep 6
Massive chookas to ' and Natalie Rose, and the team for tonight's opening! 🎉🐓✨
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Malthouse Theatre Sep 6
★★★★★ 'This is one of those gems of theatre that we so often hope to find but very seldom do... an astonishing production of an extraordinary play.' –. Don't miss , playing until 16 Sep.
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Pan Pan Theatre Sep 4
Delighted to be part of 2019 season with The Temple. BE SOMEONE ELSE. JOIN THE TEMPLE. Here, we are not ourselves. No-one ever really wants to be boring old ‘just me’. That’s why the residents of The Temple are always being someone else.
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bert labonté Sep 4
Hey Melbourne! I’m coming home next year and I’ll be hanging out at two of my fave places. and . Pumped!
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Theatremusings Sep 3
News: and announce world premier of Solaris
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