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STORYTELLERS FESTIVAL: POPPING UP FROM NEXT WEEK

STORYTELLERS FESTIVAL at King’s Cross Theatre  is a 2-week pop-up celebration of playwrights and words.

It’s a showcase of unproduced plays and writing that has never been heard, and invites playwrights and industry to come together as a community. The Festival is curated by playwright Joanna Erskine, in association with Danny Ball and bAKEHOUSE Theatre. It runs 14-25 August with a program of new works including Spotlight full-length plays, House Lights curated evening of short works, and multi-playwright projects. Continue reading STORYTELLERS FESTIVAL: POPPING UP FROM NEXT WEEK

bAKEHOUSE THEATRE COMPANY:WHAT’S AT KXT 2018

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Since its launch as an exciting new theatre space in 2015, KXT – Kings Cross Theatre has been renowned for showcasing new, risky and exceptional theatre. In 2018, the dynamic theatre company behind the programming for KXT, bAKEHOUSE, will continue their commitment to presenting works driven by diversity, gender equity and exciting collaboration.

2018 is KXT’s year of theatre for change. The season has been carefully curated to showcase some of the city’s most accomplished independent theatre makers while also featuring the work of our most promising directors. It includes five world-premieres, nine Australian premieres, five new works from Australian writers, and the development of new works by nine writers. bAKEHOUSE continues its radical community engagement with two major social justice programs developed from community collaborations working in partnership with two NGOs.

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THE LADEN TABLE : A BIG ISSUE PLAY @ THE INTIMATE KINGS X THEATRE

Dinner is waiting. Come with an open heart and mind to the resplendent, heavily laden table. This production by bAKEHOUSE Theatre company is superb, beautifully crafted, written and acted by a largish, strong cast of twelve and is sensitively directed by Suzanne Millar.

Be warned, this production is quite intense and divisive and features explosive inter-generational and racist remarks and quarrels.

THE LADEN TABLE is set in Sydney, right now, and is extremely timely, making us question our own faiths, principles and beliefs. From ‘both sides’ we  hear a plea for understanding. Continue reading THE LADEN TABLE : A BIG ISSUE PLAY @ THE INTIMATE KINGS X THEATRE