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The Walworth Farce
Theatre

The Walworth Farce

Robin Goldsworthy, Laurence Coy and Troy Harrison feature in an intimate production of a fiendish Enda Walsh farce.

Where: Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney When: 18 May - 19 Jun 2018

Les Mamelles de Tirésias
Opera

Les Mamelles de Tirésias

Francis Poulenc’s 1947 opera is an absurdist romp through the turbulent relationship of Therese and her husband.

Where: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney When: 19 - 26 May 2018

Gypsy
Musical

Gypsy

Arthur Laurents’ landmark musical documents the dying days of vaudeville and the birth of a shocking new form of entertainment.

Where: Hayes Theatre Company, Potts Point, Sydney When: 18 May - 30 Jun 2018

Ab [Intra]
Dance

Ab [Intra]

What the critics says: Rafael Bonachela's emotionally complex new work draws unanimous praise.

Where: Roslyn Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay, Sydney When: 14 - 26 May 2018

Good Cook. Friendly. Clean.
Theatre

Good Cook. Friendly. Clean.

Audrey review: Tara Morice electrifies the story of a woman facing the harsh realities of Sydney's rental housing market.

Where: Griffin Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney When: 4 May - 16 Jun 2018

The Sugar House
Theatre

The Sugar House

Kris McQuaid stars in Alana Valentine's new play, a story of work and corruption and how Australia went from working class to middle class.

Where: Belvoir, Surry Hills, Sydney When: 5 May - 3 Jun 2018

Shirley Valentine
Theatre

Shirley Valentine

What the critics say: Willy Russell’s portrait of a lonely woman's self-directed revolution seems to have lost none of its evergreen appeal.

Where: Ensemble Theatre, Kirribilli, Sydney When: 3 May - 9 Jun 2018

Still Point Turning
Theatre

Still Point Turning

From the age of eight, Catherine McGregor knew she was a woman. But first she would have to live as a man.

Where: STC Wharf 1, Millers Point, Sydney When: 21 Apr - 26 May 2018

The Lieutenant of Inishmore
Theatre

The Lieutenant of Inishmore

A member of the Irish National Liberation Army, “Mad Padraic” cares about one thing and it’s not the fight for Irish independence. It’s his cat.

Where: New Theatre, Newtown, Sydney When: 24 Apr - 26 May 2018

Phil Scott Sings Lionel Bart
Cabaret

Phil Scott Sings Lionel Bart

Phil Scott celebrates a life lived to excess and some of the best known songs of the twentieth century.

Where: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney When: 27 - 27 May 2018

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Pip Cummings
"ideas curator"
Writer

Pip Cummings

New York-based Pip Cummings is a writer, editor and ideas curator. 

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Ang Collins
"playwright"
Artist, Writer

Ang Collins

Ang is an emerging playwright and dramaturg, master of the unpaid arts internship.

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Bali Padda
"diversity advisor"
Audrey contributor, Writer

Bali Padda

Actor, producer and diversity advisor for Australia's theatre and screen industry. Chair of Equity's Diversity Committee. Macrame enthusiast.

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Antoinette Barbouttis
"progress and subversion"
Artist, Writer

Antoinette Barbouttis

Antoinette is a Sydney based designer, fine artist and now actor.

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