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Social Music Jam Group

4 July 2017 - 252 Dorset Road, , Boronia, Victoria
It's time for a jam! Inviting all musicians, singers and music enthusiasts!! All are welcome!

Vision Australia Social Group - Mornington

17 July 2017 - “The House”18 Pitt Street, Mornington , Victoria
Join our social group in Mornington. Talk to our dedicated staff about our wide range of activities from crafts to sports, shopping trips and much more. Come on an organised outing and meet other people who have low vision or are blind.

Vision Australia social group - Frankston

18 July 2017 - Ebdale Community Hub, 20 Ebdale Street, Frankston , Victoria
Join our social group in Frankston. Talk to our dedicated staff about our wide range of activities from crafts to sports, shopping trips and much more. Come on an organised outing and meet other people who have low vision or are blind.

Vision Australia social group - Hallam

20 July 2017 - Hallam Senior Citizens Centre, 4 Princes Domain Place, Hallam, Victoria
Join our social group in Hallam. Talk to our dedicated staff about our wide range of activities from crafts to sports, shopping trips and much more. Come on an organised outing and meet other people who have low vision or are blind.

Mamma Mia (Audio Described)

24 January 2018 - Grey St & Melbourne St, South Brisbane, Queensland
Set on a Greek island paradise and inspired by the story-telling magic of ABBA’s classic songs, writer Catherine Johnson’s heart-warming tale tells us of a young bride-to-be, on the eve of her wedding, who wants to discover the identity of her father. She brings together three men from her mother’s past, back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.

Barber Shop Chronicles Sydney Festival (Audio Described)

27 January 2018 - Seymour Centre, Chippendale, New South Wales
For African men the world over, the barber shop is more than a place to get a shave and a haircut. It’s a place to hear news, share views and talk politics, women and sport. It’s a place where a man can let down his guard, blow off steam, and leave looking sharp and feeling reinvigorated. The Nigerian-born, UK-based poet, designer and playwright Inua Ellams imagines these buzzing spaces on stage in a fresh, funny, truth-telling play, direct from the National Theatre in London.

Building Stronger Futures Pre-employment program - Kensington

29 January 2018 - Vision Australia Kensington, 346 Macaulay Road, Kensington, Victoria
Develop your skills and get job ready at our Building Stronger Futures Program in Kensington this January. The three week face-to-face interactive skills development program is followed by employment and problem solving assistance for six months.

Dream Lover (Audio Described)

3 February 2018 - State Theatre , Melbourne, Victoria
DREAM LOVER reveals the extraordinary story of legendary singer, songwriter and actor Bobby Darin. Starring David Campbell and Hannah Fredericksen as Sandra Dee, plus Marina Prior, Martin Crewes, Marney McQueen and Rodney Dobson.

Building Stronger Futures Pre-employment program - Parramatta

5 February 2018 - Vision Australia, 128 Marsden Street, Parramatta, NSW
Develop your skills and get job ready at our Building Stronger Futures Program in Parramatta this February. The three week face-to-face interactive skills development program is followed by employment and problem solving assistance for six months.

Building Stronger Futures Pre-employment program - Townsville

5 February 2018 - Vision Australia, 7 Fulham Road, Pimlico, Queensland
Develop your skills and get job ready at our Building Stronger Futures Program in Townsville this February. The three week face-to-face interactive skills development program is followed by employment and problem solving assistance for six months.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night–Time (Audio Described)

6 February 2018 - Playhouse. Arts Centre , Melbourne , Victoria
Fifteen-year-old Christopher Boone has an extraordinary brain – exceptional at maths, while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched and he distrusts strangers. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes Christopher on a frightening journey that upturns his world.

Shrek the Musical (Audio Described)

10 February 2018 - Riverside Theatre, Parramatta, New South Wales
Australian Premiere – Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the Book by William Steig. Everyone’s favorite ogre is back in the hilarious stage spectacle based on the Oscar-winning, smash hit film.

The Children MTC (Audio Described)

20 February 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Southbank, Victoria
In an isolated cottage on the English coast, two retired nuclear physicists are living a quiet existence. Life is tough, electricity is rationed, and they keep a Geiger counter on hand for good reason. But they have worked all their lives for their retirement and now they are determined to enjoy it. Until one day, an old friend and colleague arrives unexpectedly, bringing memories of the past and a confronting challenge for the future.

Black is the New White (Audio Described)

24 February 2018 - IMB Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 2 Burelli St. , Wollongong, New South Wales
A razor sharp rom-com that blends Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner with Meet the Fockers

Masterclass (Audio Described)

24 February 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre,, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
The astonishing Amanda Muggleton IS the original diva. She creates fireworks on stage as the greatest dramatic soprano of her time - Maria Callas. After a sensational career that saw her become the undisputed star of the world's best Opera Houses, Maria Callas conducts a series of master classes to a select group of young vocal students at the Juilliard School in New York.

Sorting Out Rachel (Audio Described)

8 March 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli , New South Wales
When it comes to business Bruce knows what to do. You’ve got to out-bite the sharks and twist a good deal before you get screwed. But as the years go by and his legacy starts to loom, his thoughts turn to his exasperated daughter, her social climbing husband and his granddaughter, Rachel, who unfortunately takes after him. Perhaps it’s time to make amends. Can Bruce solve his family issues without giving away a long-held secret?

The Magic Pudding, Victorian Opera (Audio Described)

17 March 2018 - Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse, Melbourne, Victoria
Take one true-blue Australian classic, add deliciously playful costumes with a measure of musical magic, mix in a generous helping of young talent and discover the perfect recipe for a delightful family opera.

Don Quichotte (Audio Described)

24 March 2018 - Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Sydney , New South Wales
The hero no one needed embarks on one last noble quest.

Taha (Audio Described)

24 March 2018 - IMB Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 2 Burelli St. , Wollongong, New South Wales
Coming direct from the Edinburgh and Adelaide Festivals, we’re delighted to present the award-winning, lyrical and nuanced story of the life of acclaimed Palestinian poet Taha Muhammad Ali (1931-2011).

Priscilla (Audio Described)

24 March 2018 - Regent Theatre , Melbourne, Victoria
Get ready to shake your groove thing with Australia’s most successful home grown musical PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT

Black is the New White (Audio Described)

31 March 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
Sydney Theatre Company brings to Canberra its smash hit, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy by Nakkiah Lui.

Abigail’s Party, MTC (Audio Described)

3 April 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Melbourne, Victoria
You’re invited to the suburban drinks party from hell. Desperate-to impress Beverly and her staid real estate agent husband Laurence are the hosts. The guests are their neighbours – eager-to-please nurse Angela with her bully-boy husband Tony, and divorcee Susan who’s steering clear of her daughter Abigail’s own party down the road. Over cheese and pineapple sticks, Demis Roussos records and copious amounts of alcohol, we witness one disastrous evening of social awkwardness, outrageous flirting, cringeworthy one-upmanship and hilarious put-downs.

Diplomacy (Audio Described)

19 April 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli, New South Wales
On abandoning Paris, Hitler has ordered its destruction. Raoul has one night to persuade the General to leave the landmark city standing.

The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Audio Described)

28 April 2018 - Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, NSW
Hugo Weaving returns to STC in this powerhouse role. Written in 1941 as a cautionary satire on the rise of Hitler, Bertolt Brecht’s play is both thrillingly sharp and riotously funny. Set in 1930s Chicago, it has the wit, murder and musicality of a gangster movie while asking a very political question – how do we let a man like that come to power?

Sami in Paradise (Audio Described)

28 April 2018 - Belvoir Street Theatre 25 Belvoir Street , Surry Hills, New South Wales
A displaced persons camp that’s become a town. Sami’s lived here so long he can barely remember his real home. He’s a bit of a dreamer, a bit of a clown. One night he wakes up at the end of his tether. There’s gotta be more to life than this. He stakes his dignity on learning the tuba, little knowing he’s set out on a path that will lead him to attending his own funeral…

The Aspirations of Daise Morrow (Audio Described)

5 May 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
Australia's towering literary genius Patrick White had a well-documented love for the theatre. His language is pure performance and we tap into its power in Brink's richly theatrical adaptation.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Audio Described)

5 May 2018 - Her Majesty’s Theatre , Melbourne, Victoria
BEAUTIFUL is the inspiring true story of King’s journey from school girl to superstar; from her relationship with husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, their close friendship and playful rivalry with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, to her remarkable rise to stardom.

The Bleeding Tree (Audio Described)

12 May 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
In a dirt-dry town in rural Australia, a shot shatters the still night. A mother and her daughters have just welcomed home the man of the house... with a bullet.

THE CHILDREN (Audio Described)

19 May 2018 - Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, NSW
Playwright Lucy Kirkwood wowed us with the globe-trotting thriller Chimerica in 2017. Now, with The Children, she’s been heralded as “the most rewarding dramatist of her generation” (The Independent, UK). The play has been the toast of London and is on its way to Broadway. In it, Kirkwood creates a touching and richly detailed study of three people coming to grips with choices they made decades ago.

Wild, MTC (Audio Described)

22 May 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Melbourne, Victoria
Ordinary Joe one day – America’s Most Wanted the next. That’s what happens when you leak top secret Government surveillance. Having blown the world’s biggest whistle, Andrew is on the run, holed up in a Russian hotel room; a political pawn with a target on his back. If you betray your country for the right reasons, are you a hero or a traitor? One thing is certain, you will never know who you can trust.

Shirley Valentine (Audio Described)

31 May 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli , New South Wales
First performed in 1986, Willy Russell’s comic monologue SHIRLEY VALENTINE opened to awards and rave reviews and was made into an Oscar nominated film. Three decades later its message that ‘it’s never too late to be yourself’ manages to kick off any clichés with a story that is engagingly human and warmly sympathetic.

Lost Boys (Audio Described)

2 June 2018 - IMB Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 2 Burelli St. , Wollongong, New South Wales
Exploring a shocking chapter in our recent history, Lost Boys is a fierce and compelling new play by award-winning Australian playwright Lachlan Philpott (Silent Disco, The Trouble with Harry), commissioned and developed by Merrigong.

Sense and Sensibility (Audio Described)

2 June 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
Kate Hamill's sparkling adaptation of Sense and Sensibility is Jane Austen on theatrical steroids. In the hands of the State Theatre Company Ensemble it will be a night at the theatre that you won't want to miss.

The Wizard of Oz (Audio Described)

9 June 2018 - Regent Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria
The Wizard of Oz is an enchanting revision of the all-time classic. Developed from the ever-popular MGM screenplay, it contains the beloved songs from the Oscar®-winning movie score, all the favourite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way, including new songs by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Hansel and Gretel, Victorian Opera (Audio Described)

9 June 2018 - Arts Centre, Playhouse, Melbourne, Victoria
Nibble, nibble, munch; a gingerbread house with plenty of crunch. Chocolates and treats to tempt every desire, but will the cost of indulging truly be dire?

Personal (Audio Described)

9 June 2018 - Riverside Theatre, Parramatta, New South Wales
“It was only when Jodee was five years old and lost at Kmart that she realised her whole family were Deaf.”

The House of Bernarda Alba, MTC (Audio Described)

19 June 2018 - Fairfax Theature, Arts Centre, Melbourne, Victoria
With their mining-mogul father dead, the Alba household is in mourning. All four daughters have been called home to pay their respects by their mother, who is truly a force of nature. The future seems wildly uncertain for all but the eldest sister, who has inherited a fortune and is engaged to the local heartthrob. But as tensions rise and tempers flare, will any of them have the power to alter their own destinies?

William Tell, Victorian Opera (Audio Described)

19 June 2018 - Palais Theatre, St Kilda, Victoria
The legendary tale of the sharp-shooting hero on a quest for freedom makes for grand opera: a struggle for liberty against oppression and the courage that victory demands.

The Longest Minute (Audio Described)

23 June 2018 - Cremorne, QPAC, South Brisbane, Queensland
Where were you the night of the 2015 NRL Grand Final? The night when long-time underdogs the North Queensland Cowboys won in an all-QLD nail-biter that changed the game, and the state, forever. For one family of Cowboys diehards, their whole lives have led up to this moment.

The Merry Widow (Audio Described)

30 June 2018 - QPAC Lyric Theatre , South Brisbane, Queensland
The Merry Widow is a delicious confection: a light-hearted look at love amid the champagne and glitter of Art Deco France. Ladies sweep into ballrooms in silk fishtail gowns, and dapper gents in suits and patent leather shoes kiss your hand and fill up your dance card.

Building Stronger Futures Pre Employment Program - Dandenong

2 July 2018 - Vision Australia Dandenong, 45 Princes Hwy, Dandenong, Victoria
Vision Australia, in collaboration with the Empowering Youth Initiative (EYI), is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting national employment skills program for youth, Building Stronger Futures.

Gloria, MTC (Audio Described)

3 July 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Melbourne, Victoria
Editorial assistant Dean stumbles into work, hungover from a party at the home of the ‘office freak’ Gloria. As his ambitious group of 20-something co-workers squabble, complain and generally avoid work, it’s just another day at the office of a fancy Manhattan magazine. Until suddenly it’s not. Strap yourself in for the breathtaking new play that will have everyone talking.

Priscilla (Audio Described)

7 July 2018 - Capitol Theatre , Sydney, New South Wales
Get ready to shake your groove thing with Australia’s most successful home grown musical PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT

Marjorie Prime (Audio Described)

11 July 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli , New South Wales
Marjorie has help in the form of a handsome new companion who’s programmed to feed the story of her life back to her.

Bliss (Audio Described)

14 July 2018 - Belvoir Street Theatre 25 Belvoir Street , Surry Hills, New South Wales
Harry Joy is the blessed Australian – a childhood of mystical innocence, a home stuffed with love, he brings a smile to all he meets. Then, one warm afternoon on the front lawn, he dies. It’s only for a few minutes – he’s revived. But the world he wakes to is changed; his wife, children and friends all now seem avaricious monsters. And so it dawns on Harry Joy: he hasn’t survived his heart attack at all. He is in Hell.

Unqualified (Audio Described)

19 July 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli, New South Wales
Joanne hasn’t been having the best run lately. Her TV star husband has bolted to Bali with his new girlfriend and she’s out of work. During a visit to Centrelink she meets Felicity, whose oddball dad wants her to take over the family butchery and speaks to her mother’s ashes in an urn. If they ran an employment agency themselves they might make a little money and save some face. The problem is a lack of employees. But maybe, just maybe, they can stretch their own qualifications to fit…

The Events (Audio Described)

28 July 2018 - IMB Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 2 Burelli St. , Wollongong, New South Wales
A mesmerising piece of playwriting – generous, compassionate and subtle, The Events stars one of Australia’s most powerful actors, the brilliant Catherine McClements (TV’s Water Rats, Rush), joined on stage each night by a choir from our own local community, in an extraordinary blend of theatre and music.

Good Muslim Boy (Audio Described)

28 July 2018 - Cremorne, QPAC, South Brisbane, Queensland
What does it mean to be a good Muslim boy? You probably shouldn’t gawk at girls in bikinis or fake a medical degree. If you must be an actor, you shouldn’t play a gay man on television, or Saddam Hussein in a post 9/11 American musical. And you definitely, definitely shouldn’t leave an arranged bride at the altar.

An Ideal Husband, MTC (Audio Described)

31 July 2018 - Playhouse. Arts Centre , Melbourne, Victoria
Successful politician Sir Robert Chiltern has it all – money, power and the love of his adoring wife. But when the mysterious Mrs Cheveley threatens to expose a dark secret from his past, will his reputation, career and marriage be ruined?

Aida (Audio Described)

4 August 2018 - Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, New South Wales
This is a story of love so strong it defies enemy lines. This is a story of a kingdom in triumph and a nation in chains.

Jasper Jones (Audio Described)

16 August 2018 - Playhouse, QPAC, South Brisbane, Queensland
In the sizzling summer of 1965, a bookish 14 year-old boy flees from the boredom and bullying of small-town life by burying himself in stories of epic adventure. He never thought he’d find himself living one.

Calamity Jane (Audio Described)

18 August 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
This whip-cracking, rollicking rough-and-ready reimagining shucks off the buckskin and brings a barrelful of dirt and grit to the classic musical. Starring Virginia Gay (Channel 7's All Saints and Winners & Losers) as the magnetic, masculine heroine, joined by a ragtag band of acclaimed comedic actors and musicians who share all the other roles.

Jasper Jones (Audio Described)

18 August 2018 - Playhouse, QPAC, South Brisbane, Queensland
In the sizzling summer of 1965, a bookish 14 year-old boy flees from the boredom and bullying of small-town life by burying himself in stories of epic adventure. He never thought he’d find himself living one.

The Widow Unplugged (Audio Described)

23 August 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St, , Kirribilli, New South Wales
You’re forgiven if the name of actor, comedian and raconteur Arthur Kwick doesn’t exactly ring any bells. Despite an unexpectedly notable performance at the Tivoli Theatre in 1969, his career ever since has seen him take any role that has come his way..even if that’s meant hosting off-the-wall stag nights or working as an all-weather clown at children’s parties. Now he has another job, a job that’ll test his mettle, question his core beliefs and could well be the most challenging of his life.

THE LONG FORGOTTEN DREAM (Audio Described)

25 August 2018 - Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, NSW
Inspired by true stories of the repatriation of stolen bones, Ngarrindjeri writer H Lawrence Sumner’s play is a sweeping family story that examines four generations of history in a rural community.

A Doll’s House,Part 2, MTC (Audio Described)

28 August 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Melbourne, Victoria
In 1879, Nora Helmer handed her husband her keys and wedding ring and left home, slamming the door behind her. But what ever happened to this famous literary figure from Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House? And what of the family she left behind? 15 years later, Nora is now a successful feminist writer returning to get the divorce her husband Torvald never filed for. All she needs is the paperwork.

The Season (Audio Described)

15 September 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
Meet the Duncans, a mob as funny as they are unforgettable. Back home on Tassie's Dog Island for birding season, and the threat of snakes and Pop's explosive temper, the family reunites with a country and culture still very much alive.

Sleeplessness (Audio Described)

21 September 2018 - Riverside Theatre, Parramatta , New South Wales
An incredible WORK THAT explores themes of identity and displacement. Part mystery, part documentary, part forensic investigation, (Generation 3) Sleeplessness maps a remarkable Australian story.

THE HARP IN THE SOUTH - PART 1 (Audio Described)

22 September 2018 - Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, NSW
The world premieres of The Harp in the South: Part One and The Harp in the South: Part Two are designed to be enjoyed as one unforgettable, epic theatrical experience. This major new work is one of the most ambitious productions STC has ever created. Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – Missus, The Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.

THE HARP IN THE SOUTH - PART 2 (Audio Described)

22 September 2018 - Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, NSW
The world premieres of The Harp in the South: Part One and The Harp in the South: Part Two are designed to be enjoyed as one unforgettable, epic theatrical experience. This major new work is one of the most ambitious productions STC has ever created. Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – Missus, The Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.

Luna Gale (Audio Described)

4 October 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli , New South Wales
When experienced social worker Caroline Cox is assigned to navigate the case her professionalism is shaken by the complex family dynamics. When difficult decisions must be made will her gut instincts cloud her judgement?

The Architect, MTC (Audio Described)

9 October 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Melbourne, Victoria
Hiring a temporary carer requires some serious vetting. When Helen’s partner John heads off on a brief overseas trip she takes in a dubious young drifter and jack-of-all-trades to look after her through her illness. With a winning smile and incorrigible zest for life, he could be just the medicine she needs – if it wasn’t for the titanic secret he’s hiding. As an unexpected bond forms between them, tables begin to turn and Helen faces choices that are both intimate and monumental.

Pelleas and Melisande, Victorian Opera (Audio Described)

13 October 2018 - Palais Theatre, St Kilda, Victoria
When Golaud finds Melisande in the woods, alone and with a mysterious past, he claims her as his wife. After she meets his brother Pelleas, however, a secret love simmers between them while Golaud’s suspicions deepen. A family slowly corrodes as their tragic fates inevitably take hold.

ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST (Audio Described)

20 October 2018 - Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, NSW
Written by Italian Nobel laureate Dario Fo in 1970, this farce with a political sting in its tail has become an absurdist classic. In a first for this play, director Sarah Giles has amped up the energy with an all-female cast led by some of the country’s funniest comedians. This is a smart and subversive new adaptation, created by Giles with co-adaptor Francis Greenslade (ABC’s Mad as Hell).

Evita The Musical (Audio Described)

27 October 2018 - Sydney Oprah House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, New South Wales
With more than 20 major awards to its credit, the original Broadway and West End production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic musical EVITA will open at the Sydney Opera House in September 2018, directed by legendary Broadway director Hal Prince and starring Tina Arena.

Don Giovanni (Audio Described)

3 November 2018 - QPAC Lyric Theatre , South Brisbane, Queensland
Look into the eyes of one of opera’s most tortured souls as Don Giovanni roams the stage. The genius of Mozart, for too long overdue in OperaQ’s repertoire, returns with his epic and timeless masterpiece Don Giovanni, conducted by Johannes Fritzsch.

Prize Fighter (Audio Described)

3 November 2018 - IMB Theatre, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 2 Burelli St. , Wollongong, New South Wales
Join us ringside for a rare theatrical combo: engrossing storytelling paired with the visceral thrill and energy of boxing!

Wharf Revue (Audio Described)

3 November 2018 - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra , Australian Capital Territory
Those indefatigable kings of comedy, sorcerers of satire and masters of mockery, Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe are back in the saddle and gearing up for another glorious year of political satire - the stage will be bigger and so will the laughs. We like to think of it as continuity with change.

An Enemy of the People (Audio Described)

3 November 2018 - 25 Belvoir Street , Surry Hills., New South Wales
Catherine Stockmann lives in a tight-knit community – she’s woven into the fabric. One day she makes a disturbing discovery: the spa water for which the town is famed is toxic. The community has been built on poison, and the truth must be told. But to her horror, people refuse to believe there’s a problem. What does she do? Does she fight for the truth if it means the loss of income, family, community, identity?

Table Manners (Audio Described)

15 November 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli , New South Wales
It was supposed to be so simple. Sarah and Reg were to visit the sprawling country house of Reg’s invalid mother and give his sister Annie a well-deserved break from her caretaker duties. But the unexpected arrival of Norman means that nothing is set to go to plan.

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Audio Described)

17 November 2018 - State Theatre, Arts Center , Melbourne, Victoria
The mastersingers are holding a high-stakes singing competition, and Walther needs to win. He’s an outsider, an upstart, and he doesn’t know the rules. But to win the hand of his beloved Eva, he must sing the greatest song ever made.

Astroman, MTC (Audio Described)

20 November 2018 - Fairfax, Melbourne Arts Centre , Melbourne, Victoria
For a troubled but brilliant teenager in 1980s Geelong, the world is a small place. Thirteen-year-old Jiembra Djalu and his brother Sonny are the new kids in town, and while Jiembra may be a video game whizz and maths genius, he’s always getting into strife. A friendship with the owner of the local arcade and a chance at gaming glory could see him change his life forever, but could also mean leaving behind what means most – his brother and adoring mother. BMX bikes, Michael Jackson, Gary Ablett, Donkey Kong and Friday night Kentucky Fried Chicken all provide the backdrop for this joyous family show.

Twelfth Night, MTC (Audio Described)

4 December 2018 - Southbank Theatre, The Sumner, Melbourne, Victoria
This exquisite comedy is a timeless masterpiece, bursting at the seams with passion and music. Yet it starts with a twin sister and brother shipwrecked, grief-stricken, both believing the other to be drowned. Shakespeare’s lyrical fantasy slams poetry into melancholia, laced with drunkenness and misrule in bucket loads. Identity confusion abounds in a whirligig of capricious farce as everything spins out of control towards a sense of harmony.

The Dance of Death (Audio Described)

8 December 2018 - Belvoir, 25 Belvoir Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales
An isolated home on a lonely island. A marriage. Alice and Edgar aren’t popular, and they’re not particularly happy. In fact, they loathe each other, and have done for 25 years. Their mutual antipathy is blackly hilarious and seems to have its own equilibrium.

Living Together (Audio Described)

13 December 2018 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St, Kirribilli , New South Wales
In a country home in rural England, an extended family comes together for a not exactly planned weekend away. Annie lives in the house and looks after her invalid mother, Sarah and Reg have come to visit Annie and give her some time off. Meanwhile Annie’s brother-in-law Norman is desperate to convince her to run away with him, despite the arrival of Annie’s slow-witted suitor Tom, and Norman’s workaholic wife Ruth.

Round and Round the Garden (Audio Described)

8 January 2019 - Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St , Kirribilli, New South Wales
The only thing is that Norman has come early and instead of a clean getaway, Annie and Norman’s weekend plans have come unstuck with the arrival of Annie’s exasperated brother Reg and his controlling wife Sarah. The plot thickens even more when they’re joined in the garden by Annie’s rather hopeless suitor Tom and Norman’s wife Ruth.
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