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Minefields & Miniskirts

By Terence O'Connell, from the book by Siobhan McHugh

If history is told by the victors, the story of war is usually told by the blokes. Now, it's the ladies' turn. Nearly a thousand Australian women had a part in the Vietnam War, as entertainers, typists, consular staff and army nurses. The one thing they have in common is that their lives were changed forever.

Minefields and Miniskirts relays the voices of those who were there, and is full of surprises. The pain of war is here, but be prepared to laugh; these are the voices of ordinary women revealing how they survived a war and discovered what they believe in.

8 April to 29 April

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Roald Dahl, Adapted by Richard George

Join us on this sweet adventure and learn of Wonka's delights. 

1 April to 10 June

50 Shades! The Musical Parody

By Albert Samuels, Amanda B. Davis, Emily Dorezas, Joseph Shelton, Ashley Ward Dan Wessels.

Assembled by an orgy of comedy writers, strap yourself in for a stimulating and titillating romp! In this adults-only comedy, Anastasia Steele meets the debonair Christian Grey and he opens her mind to the nipple-twisting world of BDSM. Seen by over 300,000 people worldwide, this Australian premiere will leave you gasping for air!

For Fifty Shades virgins, detractors and lovers, this musical parody is the perfect night out for the girls, as we uncover just how many shades of grey there can be.

14 May to 28 August