Mary Rachel Brown's new play asks painful questions around romance and addiction: how do we find the strength to be loved?
Written in the early 1990s, Tony Kushner’s two-part play marks a watershed in contemporary theatre.
G.bod Theatre present double bill of solo performances celebrating the lives of two very different movie icons.
Five friends gather at a harbourside apartment for a night of Monopoly. Then one player suggests they play with real money.
For one night only, a new work on the most universal theme of all - heartbreak.
Vic, Zaza and Chris have a plan to take over the world. The first step is to find a non-threatening, non-thinking white guy to use as a political puppet.
The first play in Belvoir's lo-cost 25A productions for 2019 is an intricate satire of suburban banality and social alienation.
Sixty years after its premiere, Harold Pinter's powerful play still speaks to issues of identity, power and family ties.