Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land

A masterwork of contemporary Chinese theatre.

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War Sum Up

This electronic opera spectacular can be summed up in three words: 'Music. Manga. Machines.'

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While I Was Waiting

Celebrated Syrian playwright Mohammed Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada masterfully humanise a political situation, offering a gripping portrait of ordinary characters facing ordinary problems.

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Here is the Message You Asked For...

Named after the email subject line of Melissa, the computer virus that wreaked havoc around the world, Here is the Message You Asked For... is a raw portrait of digital disconnection and the increasing cyber reality encroaching our lives today.

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Guru of Chai

Scooping Best Play, Best Actor and Best Composer at the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards, Guru of Chai's artful storytelling, mischievous wit and theatrical magic has enjoyed sell-out tours around the world.

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Nassim

Surprising, disarming and ultimately moving, Nassim is at once touchingly autobiographical and powerfully universal.

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Baling

On December 28, 1955, three national leaders held a secret meeting that would change the course of history. The location: A small classroom in northern Malaya. The aim: To end seven long years of devastating revolutionary war.

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Cerita Anak (Child’s Story)

Capturing the spellbinding duality of the tensions between life-giving water and caustic salt, this engaging and mesmeric solo work is suggestive of embedded cultural hierarchies and changing perspectives.

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Hello My Name Is...

Actor Jose Da Costa gives a powerful one man performance, using the heightened poetic language of Edward Bond to draw reference to the challenges faced by Timor Leste both past and present.

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Say No More

Say No More brings 26 women artists from Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia together to share truths, debunk myths and expose the lies that we tell ourselves about being women.

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Flower

A special performance for audiences aged 4 - 18 months.

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