“It is not by muscle, speed, or physical dexterity that great things are achieved, but by reflection, force of character, and judgment.” - Marcus Tullius Cicero


Pretence and deception are as fatal as they would be in a writer’s private relationship with paper
— Athol Fugard

West Footscray, its becoming gentrified, townhouses eclipse the junky dens and drive immigrants elsewhere, until you pity them just like Bob Dylan. But in Simms supermarket, reality exists in a time-warp, where the 'mad ones'. Jack Kerouac's Beloveds...click away


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Samuel Beckett’s iconic tragedy Waiting for Godot, has inspired many inconsequential sequels. In Ian Robinson’s Godot: The Wait is Over we finally have a Godot, and a play, worthy of its inspiration....click here


The piece explores the myth of a man excluded from society who bit back at the establishment...click here to read more


A play about the effects of British Colonisation, about the duality of self, the split personality, half British half Indian, expressed through scenes of the British playwright William Shakespeare and through Indian classical dance, Kathakali...click away


We all know of Gandhi, the political, peace-driving freedom fighter from India, but who is the real man behind the achievements on the world stage, his life and his philosophies - the real Mahatma Gandhi

Based on true events, VD Trivadi, the playwright, paints a searing portrait of The Mahatma.. click to read more