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2015 Byron Bay Writers Festival
Written by Marika Bryant   
Tuesday, 11 August 2015 10:26

2015 Byron Bay Writers Festival

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 senses.

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Seventeen | Belvoir
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Friday, 07 August 2015 16:45

Seventeen | Belvoir

Matthew Whittet wrote Seventeen with the explicit idea of its main characters being played by actors over 70. It is the actors who are the joy of this production.

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Metafour | Glorious Thing Theatre Co
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Saturday, 01 August 2015 15:03

Metafour | Glorious Thing Theatre Co

PACT has chosen four short plays by Beckett and if you have never experienced Beckett this is a fantastic show to introduce you to the world of one of the most highly regarded and greatly debated writers of the time.

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Mahler's Fourth | Omega Ensemble
Written by Nicholas Routley   
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 11:45

Mahler's Fourth | Omega Ensemble

This concert was a fine showcase for the Omega Ensemble, which to my mind can take its place with the Song Company and Pinchgut Opera as musical endeavours brought about by brilliant directors.

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The Present | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Richard Cotter   
Monday, 10 August 2015 06:59

The Present | Sydney Theatre Company

Writer Andrew Upton has taken Chekhov’s first untitled play, re-jigged it, updated it to Russia in the 1990’s, post perestroika, and fashioned an expansive, exuberant and entertaining text, electrifyingly realised by director John Crowley and his wonderful cast.

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The Bleeding Tree | Griffin Theatre Company
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 07 August 2015 11:15

The Bleeding Tree | Griffin Theatre Company

Shamefully familiar story, but The Bleeding Tree gives coruscating clarity, energy and power by word wallop, a trenchant text wielded like an emotional truncheon, bruising, bold and brilliant.

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The Book of Kevin | Year in Review
Written by Brenton Amies   
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 12:07

The Book of Kevin | Year in Review

The Book of Kevin pleases on all fronts. Simply in terms of performances, it’s brilliant. The impersonations of Kevin Rudd and Bob Carr are spot-on, with every last little detail observed and preserved in the performance.

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Keating! The Musical | Birdie Productions
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Friday, 17 July 2015 15:26

Keating! The Musical | Birdie Productions

It is ten years since Casey Bennetto first wrote Keating! Since its humble beginnings it has grown to become a crowd favourite and is still winning over new audiences today.

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