5 Questions with Lou Wall

04.04.19

Lou Wall’s Drag Race is the vivacious variety show that smashes the gender binary when it comes to drag, snatching wigs (and hearts) with its message of inclusivity, unapologetic queerness and straight up fierceness. Griffin asked Lou Wall to spill the…

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5 Questions with wāni Le Frère

wāni Le Frère is bringing his smash-hit show Tales of an Afronaut to Batch Festival 2019 for a special four-night run at the Stables. An evening of spoken word like no other, the show will transport audiences through the world of a…

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5 Questions with James Elazzi and Paul Capsis

James Elazzi is the playwright behind Lady Tabouli, which stars a wonderful cast including the one and only Paul Capsis. If a vibrant play about a Lebanese drag queen is something you haven’t seen before on an Australian stage, then you…

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5 Questions with Oleg Pupovac

Me and My Mother, Singing is a one-man show created and performed by Oleg Pupovac. The show is inspired by the places he grew up in, and as a fun way of introducing his show, some of his answers to Griffin’s…

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5 Questions with Todd Fuller

This Batch Festival will see a large-scale artwork projected onto the exterior of the Stables, courtesy of the wonderful artist Todd Fuller. Unite Project – (ongoing) explores reactions to the marriage equality debate and continues to involve individual audience members by encouraging…

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5 Questions with Caleb Lewis

Caleb Lewis was a Griffin Studio Artist in 2018. His show Exclusion Zone was a Batch Festival highlight last year, and this year, Caleb brings his next piece of interactive theatre for audiences to take part in to Batch. A Little History Play sees…

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5 Questions with Sarah Hadley

02.04.19

Also kicking Batch Festival off on its opening weekend is You’ve Got Mail, a theatrical parody of the beloved 90s rom com of the same name, created by Sarah Hadley and Ang Collins. Co-creator and Director Sarah Hadley gave us a…

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5 Questions with Rebekah Robertson

Rebekah Robertson is the Writer and Performer of Book Club for Reclusive Dance Hall Queens, which is enjoying its World Premiere on the opening weekend of Batch Festival! Rebekah talked all things Book Club ahead of the show’s opening at the Stables….

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5 Questions with David Finnigan

Batch Festival is fast approaching, and the very first cab off the rank is Griffin favourite David Finnigan’s brand new show You’re Safe till 2024. David is best known to Griffin audiences as the playwright behind Kill Climate Deniers, the outrageously satirical,…

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A Note from Lee, 28 March

28.03.19

Number one thing to do when the autumnal weather is weird…come to the theatre! We promise we will protect you from the elements, and treat you to some wonderful theatre to boot. Dead Cat Bounce by Mary Rachel Brown is nearly at…

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