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NEXT SHOW: COMING SOON
Comedian/actor/improviser/your new best friend Jane Watt rounds up some of Sydney's finest comedic actors and improvisers for a bucking wild night of improv.
NEXT SHOW: MONDAY 20 AUGUST
Join Hannie Raegan and a melting pot of divine creatives as they spice up your Monday night with audacious Burlesque.
NEXT SHOW: MONDAY 13 AUGUST
Unscripted. Unrehearsed. Unpredictable. Scott Witt and two crazy/brave actors improvise two 45-minute shows.
NEXT SHOW: MONDAY 5 AUGUST
The Witching Hour presents monthly coven of all things Queer, curated by Porcelain Alice and Dino Dimitriadis.
An all-inclusive safe space featuring the best of Sydney’s queer underground in a mix of fully-produced themed shows, multi-genre spectacles, spot nights and invited guests.
JUNE 26 - 29
Toby Schmitz Live at the Old Fitz Theatre for four nights only.
JULY 19 - 21
Sydney comedy duo Mantaur present a hilarious and nightmarish original sketch and cabaret show embracing the absurd limits of human ambition.
"Impossible to explain, just like all the most-memorable dreams." - Aussie Theatre
AUGUST 10 - 12
How do women survive in a man’s world? Allow award-winning duo, Alice Tovey and Ned Dixon to explain as they re-write the man-ual with their razor-sharp new show, Mansplaining.
"Feminist, political and brilliantly cynical." - The Australian
AUGUST 23 - 25
A one-handed gay actor, desperate to be in a big Broadway musical, shares his take on the world as the world shares its take on him.
SEPTEMBER 27 - 29
Winnie didn't always live at the airport... With a heavy dose of whimsy, Gate 64 is a playful look at life on the fringes.
"An incredibly heartwarming, thought-provoking and hilarious one woman show that left me laughing through tears." - Theatre Now
OCTOBER 18 - 20
Being 17 is awkward. Having to take care of your sick dad when you’re 17 is another story, especially when he keeps trying to shave his eyebrows off.
Blueberry Play explores the high highs and the low lows of being a teenage girl in a small town.
NOVEMBER 1 - 3
Join Kate as she does some things to distract herself from existential dread. Songs, well-articulated ramblings, occasional clown paroxysms and simple daily tasks are performed in a seamless variety show to avoid the fact that we're all going to die.
NOVEMBER 22 - 24
Harry Milas is going to make an audience member vanish every night of Cascadia. Things will fall apart.
"I couldn’t decide whether I wanted to shake him by the hand or burn him at the stake. ✭✭✭✭✭" - Broadway Baby