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WHORE - Run #1

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Executive Stress / Corporate Retreat

Executive Stress / Corporate Retreat

Today you are a loser. Tomorrow you could be a winner. Delve into a jungle of competition. Undergo stress management workshops, meditation and team building. Sydney's performance collective Applespiel will help you fire the first shot. www.applespiel.com. Continue Reading

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The Alleycats: Contemporary a Cappella

The Alleycats: Contemporary a Cappella

Young, mischievous and singing everything from Motown to hip hop - a cheeky something for everyone. With appearances on BBC One's Last Choir Standing and numerous awards, this is energetic a cappella with attitude! www.thealleycats.co.uk. Continue Reading

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Godspell

Godspell

The award-winning drama school returns with the explosion of energy that is Stephen Schwartz's legendary rock musical! ‘Easily the best amateur show I have seen in a very long time’ (Herald Express, for The King and I). Continue Reading

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I Am, I Am

I Am, I Am

Two of Cambridge's favourite Footlights storm the stage for an anarchic hour of late-night musical comedy. With the sharpest of wits and yards of comedic talent they are 'a definite one to watch!' (WhatsOnStage.com). Continue Reading

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This Is Soap

This Is Soap

We'll fantasise, dramatise and improvise your very own soap opera. Olympic storylines inspired by your suggestions will unfold before your eyes. Different every day. Who needs TV? This is live. This is improvised. This Is Soap. www.ctheatre.com. Continue Reading

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Uninvited

Uninvited

A stranger’s in your house, whistling. He’s drinking tea, he's got his eyes on the egg whisk ... and the wallpaper’s talking. Then there’s her, and her Madeira cake - experience Fat Git's absurd comedy of pedants, whistlers and apathetic furniture. Continue Reading

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Love Child

Love Child

***** (Advertiser, Adelaide). ***** (FringeReview.co.uk). ***** (ArtsHub.com.au). In Joanna Murray-Smith's modern Australian masterpiece a daughter meets her biological mother for the first time. The women grapple with questions of love, grief, feminism, ownership and belonging. An all-Australian Continue Reading

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