Tag: Bakehouse Theatre

THEATRE – The Web – Bakehouse Theatre – 3K

Growing up in the country can be hard on so many levels. The social ramifications of living in a town where the potential pool of friends is very limited and everyone knows everyone’s business are immense. Kate Mulvany’s The Web, centres on the relationship between Fred (Michael Lemmer) and Travis (Andrew Thomas), two sixteen year …

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THEATRE – The Web – Bakehouse – From Oct 17

Lies are exposed and family secrets forced out in the open as manipulation, confusion, fear and prejudice grips and invades a sleepy outback community. See post for details

East of Berlin – Bakehouse Theatre – Til 21 September – 4K

East of Berlin may well be the best work seen at the Bakehouse Theatre this year. 4K

THEATRE – East of Berlin – Bakehouse – From 5th Sept

East of Berlin was nominated for the Dora Mavor Moore Award for best New Play 2008 – See post for details.

THEATRE: And No More Shall We Part – Bakehouse Theatre – 4K

For anyone who has had someone close to them receive news of a terminal illness and faced the inescapability of the situation, this play and the performances in it will be gut-wrenching, heartbreaking and may leave you feeling emotionally shattered. 4K

MUFF– Bakehouse Theatre – Til May 25 – 3K

Claire Glenn takes on the most formidable challenge of the three players and does an admirable job, swinging and swaying between the hurt and challenges of her rape and the need to get back into the scene. 3K

Girl in the Goldfish Bowl – Bakehouse Theatre til 4th May – 3.5K

No review of Girl in the Goldfish Bowl would be complete without featuring Miranda Pike’s superb display as Iris. 3.5K

FRINGE: Theatre – Confessions of a Grindr Addict – Bakehouse Theatre – 4K

Felix (Gavin Roach) has met a romantic love interest the old fashioned way (in actual real life!) for the first time in a long time, and he is counting down the hours until their first date.  He’s a little unsure of exactly how to play out this situation, given that all of his hook-ups for …

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FRINGE 2013 – Bombay to Beijing by Bicycle – Bakehouse Theatre – 4K

By Alana Massalsky “Bombay to Beijing by Bicycle”:  got quite a nice ring to it thinks Russell, could be a punchy title for a travel book.  Too bad Bombay is now called Mumbai, and to write a book about it he’ll have to actually do it. Russell McGilton is our tour guide for the duration …

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FRINGE: Theatre – My One and Only – Bakehouse – 4K

Just what is the difference between true love and stalking? When you think about it, it’s really just a question of whether the other person returns your feelings. Layla (Tamara Bennetts) is 29 and newly single. Despite some clearly unresolved feelings for her ex, Ben (William Jarman), she has decided to get back into the …

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