Locals and tourists converge on Founders Bay for Australia Day celebrations but underneath the board shorts, BBQs and Chiko Rolls is a darkness ready to erupt.
The stay-at-home husband of an ambitious banker begins to discover life outside their marriage when new friends introduce him to a much wider world than he's ever known.
A year 10 boy at a Catholic school lays all of his thoughts & feelings on the line, describing the fears and complexities of teenage life, sexuality & religion.
This is the story of a year in the life of a young, gay, Catholic boy, documenting his struggles with his sexuality, his strong faith and his relationships.
Two different tales are told through contemporary dance which highlights the compelling storytelling and talent of Bangarra Dance Theatre.
The Naked Magicians is a ninety-minute comedy strip tease with a few tricks, upbeat music and lots of filthy cheek thrown in.
The just-40 Anna is broke and perpetually single, living in a friend’s garage and dancing for cash in a plush vagina costume.
In classic Kransky Sisters style they took the audience through a production of life tales & cover songs with many well-scripted jokes.
Sadeh21, presented by the Batsheva Dance Company, is an impressive display of human movement against a gentle, flowing soundtrack by Maxim Waratt.
Denise Scott in Mother Bare is a charming and funny show that takes on many taboo topics surrounding motherhood, sex and child birth.
Presented by the Feast Festival Reviewed 21 November 2013 Three former twinks, Nath Valvo, Brendan Maclean and Thomas Jaspers, take to the stage, each with their unique comedy styles to present a loosely scripted show that centres on one thing they have in common: they are now called twunks. The ensemble of cast members leads […]
Lori Bell presented her annual spontaneous late show at the Feast Festival with the assistance of comedian friend Geraldine Hickey.
An energetic show is awaiting as Matt Gilbertson’s German alter ego, Hans, breaks out on stage to celebrate his tenth birthday.
Extreme Jump blends the technical skills of martial arts into slapstick performance that brings out the outstanding comedy.
In the spirit of Cars, the vehicles have come to life again to take us into the sky in the world of Planes.
The touring production features nine dancers in an upbeat performance with wonderful twists on many popular styles of dance, including hip hop and ballet.
Comedy magician Scott Stunz presented his solo magician act in a one night only performance at the Bakehouse Theatre.
Alex Dunkin interviews Colin and Cameron Cairnes, the directorial brothers behind the new Australian horror-comedy film, 100 Bloody Acres. Find our review of the film under "Film Reviews".
100 Bloody Acres is an example of a successful Australian twist on the overdone horror and gore genre. The movie is shocking but that’s due to the finer comedic and plot turns rather than from the use of traditional horror or gore techniques.
The Flinders University Art Museum and City Gallery are hosting a tribute to the 19th Century structure coined the ‘Crystal Palace’. The building showcased the Great Exhibition 1851 to promote the superiority of Britain over nature during the Industrial Revolution.