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Bondi Feast: The Ballad of Frank Allen

A scientific accident causes a mild-mannered janitor to shrink and get stuck in another man’s beard. Yes, really.

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Bondi Feast: The Ballad of Frank Allen

Date: 2 Jul 2018

When a scientific accident causes a mild-mannered janitor to shrink and get stuck in another man’s beard, their unlikely friendship might be exactly what the two directionless men need to set them on the path toward being better men. It proves even the smallest people can do big things.

Blending physical theatre, storytelling, musical comedy and indie-rock, this unique performance piece stars Shane Adamczak and St John Cowcher.

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Working Relationship: Rachel Chant and Phil Spencer
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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 17 - 28 Jul 2018

Working Relationship: Rachel Chant and Phil Spencer

Rachel Chant and Phil Spencer reflect on the trials and delights of six years of "wrangling, wheeling, dealing [and] begging".

Bondi Feast: How to Humanely End Your Marriage
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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 17 - 28 Jul 2018

Bondi Feast: How to Humanely End Your Marriage

Emme Hoy's play portrays a couple convinced their teenage love is the only way they can find happiness - no matter who it hurts.

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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 24 - 25 Jul 2018

Bondi Feast: “Håmlet” a new australian play

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