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Detroit | Red Stitch

Mon, 31 Aug 2015

Detroit is packed full of laugh-out-loud funny moments and the characters are almost immediately likable, but flashes of anger and unstable behaviour ensure that no matter how hilarious things get there is always a slightly discomfiting un...

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Glory Box La Revolución | Finucane & Smith

Mon, 31 Aug 2015

If by some remote chance you have never heard of Finucane & Smith, and you should get the opportunity to experience their performance, prepare yourself for a mega sensory sh...

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Betrayal | Melbourne Theatre Company

Sun, 30 Aug 2015

Perhaps the change in Pinter’s worldview reflected the sunnier zeitgeist of the 1970s and his own maturity, but the characters and plot of Betrayal certainly owed something to his own life ci...

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Confusion for Three | Jo Lloyd

Sat, 29 Aug 2015

Jo Lloyd’s Confusion for Three is almost like watching toddlers make the funny movements they make for the sheer hell of it...

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Latitudes | The Lost Boys

Fri, 28 Aug 2015

A contemplation on the nature of memory, pursued through a hauntingly gripping life story.

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Time for Three with Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Fri, 28 Aug 2015

Preforming at the Sydney Opera House with The Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Time for Three played both traditional scores as well as their own compositions and ar...

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Picnic | KAGE

Mon, 24 Aug 2015

Although there are hints of some darker moments, on the whole Picnic is too twee and heart-warming for this old baggage. Having said all that, I really enjoyed it. Anyone wo...

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Life in Progress | Sylvie Guillem

Sun, 23 Aug 2015

Currently showing in the drama theatre of the Sydney Opera House and starring Sylvie Guillem, Life In Progress presents a program of four separate contemporary dance pieces which take us to strange and unexpected pl...

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Matilda The Musical

Sat, 22 Aug 2015

A delightful adaptation that imaginatively distils the highs and lows, the twists and turns, the light and dark of the story of the genuinely gifted girl, bullied for bi...

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The Weir | Melbourne Theatre Company

Fri, 21 Aug 2015

There are few people who haven’t indulged in the vicarious horrors and delights of listening to a good ghost story – it taps into something both childlike and primal within us – and that’s perhaps one of the reasons this play has captured the public’s im...

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The 26-Storey Treehouse | CDP Theatre Producers

Wed, 19 Aug 2015

Children will love it and adults will find themselves remembering why fart jokes were funny in the first place.

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Hamlet | Bell Shakespeare

Wed, 19 Aug 2015

Classic play, complete with considered contemporary touches, remains faithful to the source text.

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Nude | Citizen Theatre

Wed, 19 Aug 2015

Nude lays the ground for Marilyn’s life by focusing on her rocky childhood, her poor relationship with her mother, and her dreams of becoming famous, through short vignettes where actress Carina Wayne portrays Monroe as well as herself, in a sort of pa...

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Dracula | shake & stir theatre co.

Tue, 18 Aug 2015

shake & stir’s Dracula is a thrilling adventure that drags you in to its dark world and doesn’t let go until the final bolt of lightning st...

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2015 Bangalow Music Festival

Mon, 17 Aug 2015

The program was like a kaleidoscope of pieces of music ranging from Mozart and Boccherini to contemporary Australian composers William Barton (who also performed, with unique virtuosity and also deep intensity, the didgeridu) and Gordon Ha...

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Master Class | Left Bauer and Hayes Theatre Co

Wed, 12 Aug 2015

Master Class is truly a master class in performance and presentation, a lesson in excellence.

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Never Been Better Tour 2105 | Olly Murs

Wed, 12 Aug 2015

He told the audience about his memorable trip up and down the eastern coast back in 2008, which began in the very St Kilda, where he was now pe...

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2015 Byron Bay Writers Festival

Tue, 11 Aug 2015

Writers Festivals are not just for lovers of books, or aspiring authors, or people who just want to witness, first hand, some famous people all milling around the same area. Moreover it is a feast for our se...

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STC appoints new Artistic Director

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Jonathan Church will succeed Andrew Upton as Artistic Director of Sydney Theatre Company (STC), it was announced today.

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The Weir | Melbourne Theatre Company
There are few people who haven’t indulged in the vicarious horrors and delights of listening to a good ghost story – it tap...
Matilda The Musical
A delightful adaptation that imaginatively distils the highs and lows, the twists and turns, the light and dark of the stor...
Nude | Citizen Theatre
Nude lays the ground for Marilyn’s life by focusing on her rocky childhood, her poor relationship with her mother, and her...
Hamlet | Bell Shakespeare
Classic play, complete with considered contemporary touches, remains faithful to the source text.
Life in Progress | Sylvie Guillem
Currently showing in the drama theatre of the Sydney Opera House and starring Sylvie Guillem, Life In Progress presents a p...

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STC appoints new Artistic Director
Jonathan Church will succeed Andrew Upton as Artistic Director of Sydney Theatre Company (STC), it was announced today.