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The Big Day Out may have changed a lot over the years, but it's truly changed in a good way.
An ambitious task tackled with verve, vim and very good humour
Light-hearted, vaudeville-inspired, saucy cabaret.
Part of the magic of Swamp Juice is its notion that entire worlds can be created from simple household detritus.
Original, honest and brave, No One Likes Me intertwines raw emotion with physical expression.
Glittering Fringe World stalwarts return with tales of their experiences in the wake of death threats at the Brisbane Festival.
Randy fills the Spiegeltent with laughter and cheers as the plucky purple puppet reflects on three years of sobriety.
Guests from Fringe World shows test their age appropriate material against the hardest crowd of all – children.
Shaw and Smyth bounce off each other like a pair of billiard balls in the hands of a master player.
The streetwise wit and banter of Chicago Shakespeare Theater adds much to the storytelling of Shakespeare.
A bright success which laps up wave after wave of applause.
Evocative and executed perfectly by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Visitor's score would still suit a Hollywood blockbuster.
Many speculations emerged after the famous five-hour dinner of Lady Gaga and Julian Assange in 2012. None were as funny as this.
Employing vibrant tempi, as well as soft expressive tones, ensemble members thrill crowds with period-instrument favourites.
This magic show both seduces and builds suspense as it unravels the illusion of performance.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the Great War, Black Diggers will emerge as an important theatrical landmark.
A sunny Saturday afternoon provides the perfect backdrop for French crepes, champagne and chanteurs.
Michael Griffiths presents a phallocentric reading of Annie Lennox, but his music is superb.
Tim Crouch excels in this one-man show at the Sydney Festival.
Imagination and innovation in Sasha Waltz's experimental choreography.
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