Two weeks in conversion therapy. In a whirlwind of smuggled phones, attempted escapes, punishment essays and betrayals, five queer kids find their own. It’s self-hatred and its religious trauma, but in a fun way, we promise! Award-winning playwright Sam Nerida explores in this dark comedy the beauty, complexity and joy of the queer experience. Read More
You asked. Ever so politely. We listened. The Sponge returns to where it all began, The Blue Room Theatre. Read More
Four states are lorded over by foppish drag-king Daddies, all under the thumb of an elusive and shadowy figure known as Mummy. Democracy is falling apart at the seams. Phallic puppetry, glorious drag, and biting comedy sees the state of our nation dissected like never before. Read More
Raagas, Shakespeare & Everything in Between reflects upon Shakespeare’s timeless words through the lens of Classical Indian Raagas. A journey through text, music & dance in pursuit of deeper meaning, deeper emotion & new experience of the ancient classics. Is there a Juliet in Raaga Khamaj? Was Romeo lost in a moment of Jaijaivanti? Read More
Join Macy as she strolls through cherished memories and reflects on a life well lived. Smells Like You is a dementia-friendly performance blending puppetry & music. Through the smells that underscore Macy’s life, we are given an insight into her inner world; full of colour, tone & depth that make the kaleidoscopic view of the world she has priceless. Read More
Immerse in migration's poignant tales, melodies, and cultural vibrancy. EAPS – New Home: a soul-stirring journey through African storytelling. Inspired by traditional story circles, this transcendent experience has no beginning or end, embracing migration, identity, and cultural resilience. Authentic. Intimate. Unforgettable. Read More
ASK tells tales of a family’s good and bad behaviours as they struggle with their inner turmoil. What will the cost be when an old and mischievous Tree Spirit answers their calls for help? ASK moves across time space realms of a family’s past and present, looking to the future – the realms magical and recognizable and at other times magical and absurd. Read More

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The Blue Room Theatre stands on the lands of the Noongar peoples of the Bibbulmun Nation. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging, and pay our respects to the continuing culture and contribution that all First Nations people make to the life of this city and this region.