Bluebeard; or, the Marriage Mistakes of a Nameless Bride
You are cordially invited to a private function at the Bondi Pavilion men’s toilets and change room. A voyeuristic experience of colour, music, eroticism and violence.
A young bride is lured into a rich nobleman’s world – a beautiful trap with a smiling face, where the bonds of wedlock turn to shackles of abuse. But this young bride isn't like the others...
Two of Sydney’s most innovative theatre companies present a contemporary exploration of Charles Perrault’s twisted fairy tale, transforming a forbidden location into an intimate site of theatrical beauty and horror.
Presented by Lies, Lies and Propaganda and Team Fernandez Pty Ltd Starring Curly Fernandez and Melissa Hume Live Music by Gideon Payten-Griffiths Directed by Michael Dean Original Concept by Curly Fernandez Photography Sasha Cohen
Join playwright and game designer Caleb Lewis on an hour-long journey into the back streets of Bondi, investigating hyper-anomalies, chrono-displacement fields, and other crypto-cartographic phenomena. To avoid raising alarm, the expedition will pose as a walking tour.
"What is Halal? A country bordering Shariahland, or a method of preparing food? Do the Five Pillars of Islam comply with modern building codes? Or are they simply a philosophy for living? And if Muslims first arrived in Australia as early as 1800, can they go back to where they came from? Guest interviewer Zoe Norton Lodge joins award-winning comedian and writer Sami Shah for a funny and informative exploration of Islam in Australia."
The Last Pop Singer Alive is giving a secret concert, 10 Ballads of the Dead Future. Revolutionaries Only. Attend at your own risk as the bomb around his neck is live. A one-man sci-fi cabaret about loss, myth-making and the fatal cage that is the live pop gig.
Presentedby Lick Nuke Production Performer Nick Delatovic
A young doctor reappropriates her essay from medical school in a manner heavily influenced by internet content-generated culture. In doing so, she encourages the audience to question their stance on the ethics of cutting children's hair. With a choir.
Written and Directed by Antoinette Barbouttis and Isobel Yeap Isobel Yeap as Doctor Elysia Boyd as Hairdresser Choir (to be cast) Set Designer - Emma White Costume Designer - Antoinette Barbouttis Lighting Designer - Antoinette Barbouttis
It’s the buddy-cop-blockbuster-theatre show you never knew you never wanted to see. Matt Prest and James Brown (Smalltown) perform a play they wrote in 2000 that, for various reasons, never made it to full presentation stage, about 2 friends caught up in a dangerous world of crime, gangs and corrupt cops.