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Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
It is not often one comes across theatre which draws you in, in a nature so encompassing that it is easy to forget you are watching theatre at all
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
Holsdworth and Roberts take a fairly laid back approach to things, one even asks the other if he’s ready before they begin. Like all good musicians, they watch and feed off each other constantly.
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
Although this work is, from all outward appearances, one which confronts ideas of nationhood and of cultural identity – it failed to reach into real confrontation.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
This is a show made for Sydney-siders – what better way to start the Sydney Festival with a show made of, with and for the community?
Monday, 09 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
While it is technically kind of uneventful, it is anything but mundane. Or if it is mundane, it is a magical, engrossing kind of mundanity that can spring only from the imaginative mind of inspired children and the theatrically adventurous. ...
Monday, 09 January 2012 | Read more

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