Gravity Guts, Sophia Simmons’ uplifting coming-of-age story has had an amazing season at Sydney Fringe with sell-out performances, happy audiences and now a Sydney Fringe Award!
Company of Rogues are transferring their hit Sydney Fringe show Gravity Guts into the new FringeHQ theatre hub this October 9-19 in an exciting double bill with the world premiere of Peter Maple’s poignant Ginger. Black. Brunette. Blonde.
The Rogues are totally thrilled to be nominated for a Sydney Fringe award for our latest work, Sophia Simmons’ Gravity Guts.
Company of Rogues will present the NSW premiere of Sophia Simmons’ award-winning story about growing up, the universe and everything as part of the 2019 Sydney Fringe Festival’s Emerging Artists Sharehouse, this September 10th to 14th.
This uplifting new work attempts to help families talk about Dementia through a fun and mysterious adventure story, animation, music and magical puppetry.
These amazing images of our latest production, Boy Out of the Country, are thanks to the very talented Noni Carroll.
Company of Rogues’ Boy Out of the Country – a fast, funny and smartly observant story about family, property, and the progress of life – returns for a premiere Sydney season at the Bondi Pavilion Theatre in 2019.
Now that the glitter has settled, and Bedlam is put to bed once more, we just wanted to shout out to the amazing artists, the team at the Red Rattler, and our incredible audience to say “thank you”. Bedlam Cabaret gives us the opportunity to offer paid performance opportunities to artists we really believe in;Continue reading “Bedlam Unleashed – a Thank You gallery”
He’s your boylesque fantasy with a wicked twist and his performances are never less than sizzling. Meet Prince Enigma, our next artist from Bedlam Cabaret Mardi Gras for you to get to know over 5 little questions..
We’ve been watching him for years and The Rogues finally got to meet our next Bedlam Artist when we shared a theatre at EdFringe – where we fell for him like everyone else. He’s bold, brash and good with his hands. Meet Andy Dexterity.