A History of Motion Pictures
Frank Bren’s A History of Motion Pictures is a fast and furious theatrical shadow play of films and film-making in the early twentieth century, that rockets along at a great rate like an early silent film.

Mirage

Dancer James Cunningham uses a combination of dance and data projection to draw the audience into a strange new perceptual space.

Rusalka
Opera Australia this year presents Dvorak’s Rusalka, a work rarely staged in this country and a welcome departure from the standard Italian or German repertoire.

Most read reviews

Moby Dick | Sport for Jove

Moby Dick is at times a contemplative slow burn, but at others veritably leaps off the stage with a powerful and well-oiled stagecraft that weaves an engrossing story, one which grabs you both viscerally and intellectually.

2018 Byron Writers Festival

Writers and authors bring our ideas, unformulated, to the fore with their insight, intuition, ambition and determination. Through their experiences, observations and sheer talent, we can share their vision through their written words and visual delivery.

Bangalow Music Festival 2018

The Bangalow Music Festival is a jewel in the classical-musical life of the Northern Rivers. Long may it continue.

Good Day Sunshine - The Lennon & McCartney Songbook

Sensational hardly begins to describe this talented trio who combine the smoothest of melded voices, killer solos and extraordinarily clever arrangements.

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