Lies, bravado and one-upmanship are explored in the satire Four Dogs and a Bone. The
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The classic tale of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a crowd-pleaser for all ages.
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Australian theatre doesn’t get much rawer and stirring than Barbara and The Camp Dogs now