The Great Australian Snail Race

The Great Australian Snail Race

IS YOUR SNAIL THE FASTEST? Enter your fastest Snail and win fantastic prizes. With competitions held each Sunday at Holden Street, the winners will go into the final race to be held on the last Sunday of the Fringe with guest judges and great prizes - DON'T MISS OUT - ENTER NOW... 

JOHN HINTON'S SCIENTRILOGY: THE ELEMENT IN THE ROOM

JOHN HINTON'S SCIENTRILOGY: THE ELEMENT IN THE ROOM

The incredible life story of Marie Curie, arguably the most important woman in science, who discovered two chemical elements, won two Nobel Prizes, and made breakthroughs that have both saved and destroyed countless lives... 

Borders by Henry Naylor

Borders by Henry Naylor

The Mediterranean, 2017, rough seas. An ageing fishing boat is sinking fast, under the weight of refugees. As it dips lower in the water, one young Syrian is panicking. She can't swim... 

Pedal

Pedal

Pedal: WINNER - Most Promising Emerging Company, NZ Fringe 2016 In Pedal, House of Sand’s work and the precursor to multi-award winning Castles, emerging star of the cross-artform stage Eliza Sanders brings all her artistic skills to the table... 

JOHN HINTON'S SCIENTRILOGY: ALBERT EINSTEIN: RELATIVITIVELY SPEAKING

JOHN HINTON'S SCIENTRILOGY: ALBERT EINSTEIN: RELATIVITIVELY SPEAKING

Join Albert, the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science, for a lecture like no other. With his two wives and mum on piano, and guest rapper MC Squared, he quantum leaps us through two world wars, two theories of relativity, and the deployment of two very big bombs... 

Open!

Open!

One starry night a child receives a mysterious small box. She soon discovers this is no ordinary box. It contains.. Wait! You must bring your limitless imagination, come and explore the wild and wonderful possibilities contained within! This dreamy, wordless puppet show is for children aged 7 and under but likely to be loved by all ages... 

JOHN HINTON'S SCIENTRILOGY: ORIGIN OF SPECIES...

JOHN HINTON'S SCIENTRILOGY: ORIGIN OF SPECIES...

In this international smash-hit musical comedy, Charles Darwin tells the remarkable story of how he came up with the idea that shook the world, and why it took him 20 years to publish his theory... 

Not Today's Yesterday

Not Today's Yesterday

Using a combination of Bharatanatyam (an Indian classical dance style) and contemporary, interpretive dance, this show is a feast for the eyes, ears, heart and soul. Dancer Seeta Patel and choreographer Lina Limosani have created a piece that manages to feel ancient and yet completely of the moment... 

That's A Fact That's Not Fun

That's A Fact That's Not Fun

WINNER: BEST AUSTRALIAN FILM SYDNEY SHORT FILM FESTIVAL '17. Gordon is THE international word clown. A favourite across Europe & Asia Pacific, he’s performed in over 30 countries... 

The Hitchhiker's Guide to The Family

The Hitchhiker's Guide to The Family

Join acclaimed British writer-performer & newly crowned BBC Poetry Slam Champion Ben Norris as he battles the UK’s most notorious service stations & the perils of lower league football in search of the man behind his stoic father... 

Castles

Castles

Castles: Winner of three NZ Fringe awards including Most Promising Emerging Company & runner up to Best In Fringe, Outstanding Performer and Most Innovative Work. Castles charts the second part of an archetypal journey of discovery... 

That Daring Australian Girl

That Daring Australian Girl

“I was born a suffragette. I saw that the world treated women unfairly, and rebelled. The Women of England demand the Vote!” The amazing true story of Muriel Matters; the Adelaide-born Actress who became one of the leading figures of the UK’s Suffragette movement and was the “Foremost Woman Orator in Britain”... 

Peter Goers is Hard Rubbish

Peter Goers is Hard Rubbish

“Hard Rubbish” is the third show in a trilogy of crap following Goers’ Holden Street Fringe his “Actors, Drunks And Babies Never Hurt Themselves” and “Smoked Ham”. They are nice shows particularly for old people... 

S/He...

S/He...

S/he… A new play that explores issues of gender and in/equality. How does it feel to be a young girl constantly viewed and judged by how she looks? What does it mean to be a teenage boy trying to avoid sexist behaviour amidst pressure from his peers? What lengths do young people go to, to try and make themselves attractive to others? S/he… unpacks the rhetoric that influences so strongly how young people see themselves and behave... 

A Little Bit of Pain Never Hurt Anyone

A Little Bit of Pain Never Hurt Anyone

"Hello everyone my name is Doctor Billy and I’m eight-and-three-quarters and this is my story. My friend is Jess and he’s a stupid boy and he loves me to death, so we are going to go down down down together into the dark in our submarine so we can be strong independent women... 

Love Letters to the Public Transport System

Love Letters to the Public Transport System

In a fast-moving world where no one stays in one place for long, Love Letters to the Public Transport System seeks to find and thank the people who transport us daily; to friends, to lovers, to work, to moments of significance in our lives... 

WORKSHOP: Writing a dramatic monologue. With Molly Taylor

WORKSHOP: Writing a dramatic monologue. With Molly Taylor

WORKSHOP: Would you like to know how to structure a dramatic monologue, or make work inspired by lived experience? Acclaimed UK writer & theatre-maker Molly Taylor specialises in creating original performances inspired by the everyday, blending lyrical yet down-to-earth storytelling to celebrate the relationship between the microcosm & macrocosm.