Describing the relationship between three sisters, their partners and their estranged father, Earthquakes in London is a sprawling chaotic portrait of modern politics and growing environmental concern.
Originally commissioned by the RSC, this classic comedy was inspired by Willy Russell’s own experiences and George Bernard Shaw’s play Pygmalion.
Tired of her work and social life, hairdresser Susan signs up to an Open University course in English Literature where she meets her tutor Frank, a middle-aged university lecturer and borderline alcoholic. Following their relationship over the course of the year, the play delves into issues surrounding social class and cultural differences.
One of the best-known works by Australian theatre’s most beloved craftsman and commentator David Williamson, Emerald City is loosely based on the author's own experiences moving from Melbourne to Sydney in 1979.
Fasten your seat-belts for a rapid-fire, sophisticated thrill ride through one of the most infamous financial scandals in history! With a spicy blend of humor, pathos, and music, the machinations of big biz are laid bare as razzle-dazzle entertainment.
A story of unrequited love, regret and human folly, Alexander Pushkin’s novel, written entirely in verse, is considered a classic among Russian literature, detailing Onegin’s actions and the tragic consequences that follow.
The bureaucratic nightmare of Soviet housing and one family's attempt to "exchange" its tiny Moscow apartment for a larger one. Adapted from a novella by the respected Russian writer Yuri Trifonov, translated by playwright Michael Frayn.