In the Theatre, Cope St Collective present One Of The Good Ones, a “blackfella sci-fi exploring race and space.”Speaker TV named the play as 1 of their top 10 must see Fringe shows and described as “A satirical plays which explores the struggles of Indigenous Australians through cheesy, sci fi comedy conventions.”
The Nose, presented by The Bloomshed, takes inspiration from Russian author Nikolai Gogol’s famous eponymous short story and turns it into a contemporary theatre performance reflective of the dystopian post-paradise of 2017.
In Studio 1 we look forward to Annie Louey’s one woman stand up show Butt Donut, which Artshub described as “Charmingly endearing to watch, let alone hysterical.”
As well as Heroes: Beyond The Practice, where immersive theatre meets live art for 4 evenings of psychological manipulation, physical movement, minor discomfort and mumbo jumbo.
And finally, Ripe, a surreal drama and sensory exploration of the relationship of two female protagonists.