Category Archives: Previous Work

Such n Such is performing in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

“She Knows Too Much”  Tuxedo Cat  [17 – 23 Wills St. Melb] 28/3, 30/3 at 6.30  31/3 & 7/4 at 5.30 2,3,4,5,6,8 7 9 April at 6.30 Deb was a gymnast; Cath a ballerina, both followed their hearts – circus, university,

Such n Such is performing in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

“She Knows Too Much”  Tuxedo Cat  [17 – 23 Wills St. Melb] 28/3, 30/3 at 6.30  31/3 & 7/4 at 5.30 2,3,4,5,6,8 7 9 April at 6.30 Deb was a gymnast; Cath a ballerina, both followed their hearts – circus, university,

Regrets I’ve Got a Few

  Debra Batton at the Butterfly Club 2011 Photographer: Trevor Streader About Regrets I’ve got a Few. Regrets I’ve got a few began in 2008, as a solo work –originally performed at Under the Radar, Brisbane in 2008. It was

Regrets I’ve Got a Few

  Debra Batton at the Butterfly Club 2011 Photographer: Trevor Streader About Regrets I’ve got a Few. Regrets I’ve got a few began in 2008, as a solo work –originally performed at Under the Radar, Brisbane in 2008. It was

On the Case

A woman falls through the sky. Did she jump? Was she pushed? Should she PLAY or QUIT? The chase is on to snatch back what is rightfully hers, her stolen heart. But to succeed she needs to understand the rules

On the Case

A woman falls through the sky. Did she jump? Was she pushed? Should she PLAY or QUIT? The chase is on to snatch back what is rightfully hers, her stolen heart. But to succeed she needs to understand the rules

Flying Blind

A Canadian-Australian co-production between Legs On The Wall and The Belfry Theatre, Axis Theatre, and The Arts Club Theatre from Canada. Eight lonely characters some related, others single and each with a quirk, live in the same dilapidated home. One

Flying Blind

A Canadian-Australian co-production between Legs On The Wall and The Belfry Theatre, Axis Theatre, and The Arts Club Theatre from Canada. Eight lonely characters some related, others single and each with a quirk, live in the same dilapidated home. One

Legs on the Wall premiered at the Sydney Opera House.

Runners Up

With high-flying acrobatics, clever sequences and gravity-defying feats, Runners Up raises questions of fair play, competition, and media portrayal in Australia’s most patriotic pursuit, sport. From the obsessive armchair sportsman, the strength and grace of the synchronised swimmer to antics

Legs on the Wall premiered at the Sydney Opera House.

Runners Up

With high-flying acrobatics, clever sequences and gravity-defying feats, Runners Up raises questions of fair play, competition, and media portrayal in Australia’s most patriotic pursuit, sport. From the obsessive armchair sportsman, the strength and grace of the synchronised swimmer to antics