Prehistoric is a blistering punk theatre gig about our civil liberties and our capacity to resist – with an original soundtrack played live.
In Brisbane, Australia, 1979, Prehistoric follows Deb, Nick, Pete and Rachel as they meet at a gig, start a band, and find out – the hard way – why their town stays so quiet. Based on first-hand accounts of living, playing music, and making history under Queensland’s notoriously corrupt and brutal Bjelke-Petersen government, Prehistoric offers an iconoclastic and hilarious take on the pivotal ‘punk moment’ that still echoes today.
Winner of Best Performance award – Melbourne Fringe Festival, Best Writing – Green Room Awards.
Volatile. Razor-Sharp. Ruthless. This is the dog-eat-dog world of high stakes business and newbie Henry has just entered the hornets’ nest. Trust no one. Suspect everything. Everyone’s a threat on the ladder to success and CEO Ms. Stockwood isn’t taking prisoners. So when a suspicious discovery is made in the boardroom, all hell breaks loose…
Jude has always known she doesn’t want kids. Her sister Susie is unsure if her ovaries are twinging or if she just needs to wee. This witty and touching play premiered at the Brighton Fringe Festival, before a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe in 2015.
Bi-annual Victoria-Wide Exhibition of Student Art. The only Exhibition if it’s kind for Schools across the State. Featuring artwork from students from Foundation to Year 12 alongside artwork and photography created by young disadvantaged students in Cambodia. Silent auction of student artwork supporting educational opportunities for disadvantaged children in Cambodia.
Exhibit your ART, CRAFT & WRITINGS of LOSS, LOVE & HOPE.
A FREE Community Service provide by Tobin Brothers.
Grief can be an isolating experience and its expression can be unintentionally silenced by well-meaning people saying it's time to get over it. Art for the Heart is a way to creatively express what our grief is all about by using silent but powerful expression through art, craft and writing.