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Theatre Review: The Man With The Iron Neck

Written by Ursula Yovich, directed by Josh Bond and Gavin Robins, and presented by Legs on the Wall, The Man with the Iron Neck is a physical theatre piece about legacies of Indigenous suicide and of pushing on.

Home is where the _____ is: George Sobelle’s ‘HOME’ helps fill in the blanks

‘Home’ directed by Geoff Sobelle for Sydney Festival is a spectacle of ridiculousness, chaos, repetition and deeply odd beauty.

Delve into the deep web at ULTRAVIRUS

ULTRAVIRUS is throwing a one day mini-festival exploring, interrogating and celebrating the internet. Edutainment, dancing and the deep web.

Find out what you’re made of at The Public Body .03

We are more than just a body and a mind – we are an assemblage of desires, pharmaceuticals, and objects. This is the weirdness that confront us at The Public Body .03

REVIEW: ‘FEAST’ and Failure at Roller Door Projects

“Moreish movements, fresh emerging artists and marinated ideas” it’s Roller Door Projects’ debut exhibition, FEAST.