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The Miss Behave Gameshow

London's reigning queen of alternative cabaret will put you on the spot.

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The Miss Behave Gameshow

Date: 26 Feb 2018

Direct from Las Vegas, Amy Saunders (La Soiree, La Clique, Absinthe) returns to Sydney with a subversive evening that’s quiz show, part variety show.

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Batch Festival Stages Griffin Takeover
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ArchivedStables Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 11 - 28 Apr 2018

Batch Festival Stages Griffin Takeover

It’s all about the stuff that doesn't fit into traditional genre pigeonholes, says Batch Festival’s curator Phil Spencer.

Kill Climate Deniers Has Critics Gunning for the Messenger
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ArchivedGriffin Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 23 Feb - 7 Apr 2018

Kill Climate Deniers Has Critics Gunning for the Messenger

David Finnigan opens up on being a poster boy for the looming green-communist takeover and dealing with the "stupid shit".

Millennial lives unfiltered, #no LOLS
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ArchivedKings Cross Theatre, Sydney 30 - 31 Mar 2018

Millennial lives unfiltered, #no LOLS

"We are showing the stuff we usually keep locked out of sight." Pippa Ellams' play takes an unflinching look at adolescence.

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ArchivedTom Mann Theatre, Surry Hills, Sydney 28 Jan - 31 Mar 2018

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The 17th edition of the world's biggest competitive little play festival.

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ArchivedSydney Lyric Theatre, Sydney 28 Feb - 15 Jul 2018

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone's Broadway hit tells the story of two Mormon missionaries as they attempt to spread the word to a fictional tribe in Uganda.

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ArchivedDrama Theatre, Sydney Opera House 12 Feb - 24 Mar 2018

Top Girls

Imara Savage directs a timely new production of Caryl Churchill's Thatcher-era classic.

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