Tag: Bakehouse Theatre

THEATRE – The Perfectionist – Bakehouse – 4K

This is all a great fun production in true Williamson style; one to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously. 4K

THEATRE – Reasons to be Pretty – Bakehouse – 3.5K

By Peter Maddern Those easily offended by foul language and superficiality in human relations probably should not indulge in Neil Labute’s Reasons to be Pretty, the Bakehouse Theatre Company’s latest production. The play opens with a tirade by twenty-something Steph (Clare Mansfield) directed at her soon to be ex-boyfriend, Greg (Nic Krieg). It’s about some …

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THEATRE – Reasons To Be Pretty – Bakehouse – Preview – From 11th June

Love should be blind, shouldn’t it? The Bakehouse Theatre celebrates the return of award winning Director Joh Hartog (who also directed The Shape of Things) in this brutal examination of the male/female relationship . From11th June

THEATRE – Small Gods – Bakehouse – Til 30th May – 4K

Always a delight for Pratchett fans and good fun for those who aren’t with Tedmanson a name worth noting for the future. 4K

THEATRE – Small Gods – Bakehouse – From 15th May – Preview

Small Gods has all the usual comedy, action, and drama that we have come to expect from Sir Terry Pratchett, one of the most insightful minds of our era. It will also make you think about….well…everything, long after you have left the theatre!

THEATRE – The Good Son – Bakehouse – Til 25th April – 3.5K

The often fraught and anachronistic relationship that can develop between Greek mothers and their sons has become in recent years a source of good humour but in The Good Son we see how it can also all become quite destructive. 3.5K

Fringe 2015: I Liked You Better Online – Bakehouse Theatre – 3.5K

The pretentious persona to pick up a potential partner is definitely the theme. I Liked You Better Online is the tale of the romance over technology. It is an absolute comedy that takes the show and the characters we play online to enhance our-not-very-interesting-selves. Emerging from the darkness with great enthusiasm, Luke McMahon who played …

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FRINGE 2015: James McLean – Big Enough and Ugly Enough – 4K

By Anthony Nguyen After debuting in 2012 with his musical comedy hit, A Kick in the Head and Other Seduction Techniques, James McLean is back for the 2015 Adelaide Fringe with his new comedy show Big Enough and Ugly Enough. Big Enough and Ugly Enough tells McLean’s story when he received a letter and an …

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FRINGE 2015: Medicine – Bakehouse Theatre: The Studio – 4.5K

TJ Dawe has an unassuming presence as he takes to the stage, but once he starts to speak, this transforms into a quiet powerfulness that engages and holds your attention. He tells the story of his quest to understand his inner workings more intimately through consumption of ayahuasca, a psychotropic plant (the Medicine of the …

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FRINGE 2015: Stop Start – Bakehouse Theatre: Main Stage – 5K

At its heart, Stop Start is an intricately crafted portrait of two brothers, estranged for a long time, with a shared past, but with very different recollections of the details. It is also an interesting exploration of addiction and craving, their history, and the different ways they can manifest themselves. The show has a self-aware …

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