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Theatre Review: ‘7 Deadly Sins’

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Aaron McIlroy and Lisa Bobbert share the stage in this latest comedy from MacBob Productions, a slick, clean, outrageous comedy that leaves you wishing there was another act. Directed by arch perfectionist Steven Stead and co- scripted by Sue Monteregge, '7 Deadly Sins' is deliciously absurd theatre made palatable through all-round excellence and terrifying relevance.

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Theatre Review: Dear Breeder

Theatre Review: Dear Breeder - 1.0 out of 5 based on 1 review

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MUSHO! RUNNER-UP AUDIENCE AWARD SPONSORED BY GOING PLACES

Dear Breeder featuring Karen Logan and Kasia Vosloo and directed by Iain Ewok Robinson, scooped two of the awards at the prestigious Musho! Festival this year – the Suleiman Family Award and the Runner-UP Audience Award, which is sponsored by Going Places. Gisele Turner asked this talented duo a few questions about their exciting new production, the processes involved in its creation and where Dear Breeder was headed. 

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Musho! With A Twist 2014

Musho! With A Twist 2014 - 1.0 out of 5 based on 1 review

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A MEN TO WE MEN

Beautifully staged and realised, this startling production maps the plight of a rural woman under the thumb of her violent, drunken spouse - and offers a rather dubious solution to the problem. Downtrodden, beaten, sexually abused and abandoned financially, yet forced to adhere to the rules of traditional gender dynamics, she rids herself of her noxious husband by poisoning his beer.

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Review Musical Revue: Yesterday Once More

Review Musical Revue: Yesterday Once More - 1.0 out of 5 based on 1 review

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CLOSE HARMONIES, SWEET SOUNDS

The three octave range of American song bird Karen Carpenter, along with her musical brother Richard Carpenter, changed the face of rock music in the 70's. Performing music saturated with sweetness and romance, the talented siblings were at the top of their game by the early 80's. The current show at Heritage Theatre celebrates their beautiful sound and their well-loved repertoire

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