by Errol O'Neill
Sweeping across the turbulent times from 1930 to 1950, Popular Front is a critical celebration of the labour movement.
Sometimes It's Hot Like The Sun
by Madeleine Border and Honor Webster-Mannison
Gummy smiles. Mascara stained sheets. The smell of burnt bras. That feeling you get when your left nipple intimidates your ...
The Apparatus by Humphrey Bower
with Tim Green based on three stories by Franz Kafka
This visceral new work will make you feel the absurdity and horror of what lies on our doorstep.
Arbus & West
by Stephen Sewell
The Art of Exposure: Photographer, Diane Arbus meets Hollywood icon, Mae West in 1964.
by David Megarrity
David Megarrity's The Holidays is a touching portrait of memory and connection.
The Daly River Girl
by Tessa Rose
Tessa Rose's The Daly River Girl is a deeply personal story that speaks from the heart.
The Fever and the Fret
by Jub Clerc
Jub Clerc's The Fever and the Fret is a beautiful ode to love and memory. It examines one ...
by Steven Oliver
A gripping, darkly funny drama about a spiritual force and a family's need to connect with it.
by Daniel Lammin
Daniel Lammin's Awakening honours the legacy of Frank Wedekind’s masterpiece Spring Awakening, and questions current ...