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  • Spiegelesque

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    17 Jun - 26 Jun 2021
    Lennox Theatre
    A hilarious adventure into the hitherto majestic world of Vaudeville Burlesque and Cabaret, where song, dance and slapstick collide to create a theatrical Cabaret sensation.
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    Spiegelesque

    17 Jun - 26 Jun 2021
    Lennox Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    A hilarious adventure into the hitherto majestic world of Vaudeville Burlesque and Cabaret, where song, dance and slapstick collide to create a theatrical Cabaret sensation.
  • Shakespeare Live! From the RSC (Encore)

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    19 Jun - 20 Jun 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Following a fantastic theatrical run in 2016, Sharmill Films is proud to present an encore season of the magically entertaining celebration Shakespeare Live! to Australian audiences again.
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    Shakespeare Live! From the RSC (Encore)

    19 Jun - 20 Jun 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    Following a fantastic theatrical run in 2016, Sharmill Films is proud to present an encore season of the magically entertaining celebration Shakespeare Live! to Australian audiences again.
  • My Name is Gulpilil

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing SystemAudio DescriptionOpen Caption
    18 Jun - 20 Jun 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    In what is very likely his final film, the great Australian actor David Gulpilil faces his own mortality: he is dying of lung cancer. He reminisces about his films, and his fame, and the effects of both on a tribal boy from Arnhem Land.
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    My Name is Gulpilil

    18 Jun - 20 Jun 2021
    Raffertys Theatre
    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing SystemAudio DescriptionOpen Caption
    In what is very likely his final film, the great Australian actor David Gulpilil faces his own mortality: he is dying of lung cancer. He reminisces about his films, and his fame, and the effects of both on a tribal boy from Arnhem Land.

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