The designs, as you’d expect, are over the top. The matching hats and brollies in the funeral scene are eye-popping. Ditto the kitten-heeled flippers and the Mister Gumby jumpsuits. One by one, images from the movie are ticked off: the Broken Hill pub outfits, the silver lame trailing from the bus roof, the thong dress, all that glitters. Capitol Theatre, 13 Campbell Street, Sydney. Today, 2pm and 7.30pm. Tickets: $59-$146. Bookings: 136 100 or online. Until July 22. The Bodybag: The Panto Trevor Ashley stars as runnerup Australian Idol and Logieless TV personality Rachel Marinade in the pantomime The Bodybag. After being suspended from driving, Rachel is found guilty of bribing a government official to issue her a fake licence. On top of that, a violent stalker has her attention so she employs an ex-ASIO Jason Bruer’s Hammerhead Acclaimed saxophonist Jason Bruer and his sextet Hammerhead deliver an energetic performance, evoking the sound and spirit of the late 1950s and 60s hard bop movement, with a contemporary twist. The Street Theatre, 15 Childers Street, Canberra. June 23, 7.30pm. Tickets: $29. Bookings: (02) 6247 1223.