Grandly ambitious, 100 Reasons for War is Tom Holloway’s funny, angry, provocative and ultimately optimistic response to a century of ‘man’s inhumanity to man’, 100 years after Gallipoli.
Cowards, Murderers or Heroes? Life or Death?
Ned Kelly is about to hang for his crimes, but his final night in prison is interrupted by the arrival of his brother Dan.
In celebration of Fahan School’s 80th anniversary, Fahan School is proud to showcase a production of Downtown! The Mod Musical at the Theatre Royal.
Their music weaved its magic across the world and epitomised the 1960’s and the flower power movement.
Featuring hits such as Copacabana, Just Arrived and Man Wanted the show promises to be a colourful and creative spectacle showcasing the talents of Year 9-12 students of The Friends’ School.
Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts bursts off the page in a spectacular new live show, taking the world’s best-loved fairy tales and rearranging them with some surprising and hilarious twists.
STARRING NONI HAZLEHURST
Reconnect with loved ones and enjoy some of Australia’s grittiest theatre.
Nothing is sacred as the national identity is put through the ringer in this thoroughly modern ripper of a comedy!
PERFORMED IN THE THEATRE ROYAL BACKSPACE
An extraordinary encounter with a literary giant.
Original direction by Anthony Hopkins starring Bob Kingdom as Dylan Thomas
Jonathan’s Biggins is one of Australia’s sharpest political satirists, and this wickedly funny comedy of all things Tasmanian was a hit of the Theatre Royal’s 2014 season.
Damien Ryan will deliver a new production of Hamlet, infused with the passion, contemplation and emotion that Shakespeare’s compelling poetry cries out for.
Theatre’s power as an arena for storytelling meets the great Irish tradition of the bar room tale in Conor McPherson’s brilliant gem of a play about loss and the consolations of connection.
Based on his two best-selling books, Flak and Fly, well-known writer and performer Michael Veitch presents Flak
Regular theatre-goers in Hobart have come to love the annual Bawdy Panto. Now in its 13th year!
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