What a pleasure to be out and about again and especially in the cosy, relaxed atmosphere of The Ellington after such a long absence of live performance.

Pink Mancini with Ali Bodycoat, Libby Hammer and Rob Pring

After the enormous success of Bringing Bach Bacharach, clever collaborators Libby Hammer and Ali Bodycoat have a new tribute show to film theme composer Henry Mancini.

Only You | James Flynn & Leah Guelfi

In Only You, Flynn creates a storyline about a young couple Joe and Marie, and the ups and downs of their romantic relationship.

The Book of Mormon

Given the high expectations of this phenomenally acclaimed show it is a pleasure to write that The Book of Mormon achieved every goal.

Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts | shake and stir theatre co

Cleverly written and adapted from the Dahl poems, the show was slick and silly, funny and furiously paced throughout.

Cathrine Summers

It felt as though we had stepped back into the past. What a funky vibe!

The Story So Far | Stephen K Amos

Introducing himself to lively hip hop music and vibrant coloured lighting Amos bounced onstage describing the Oz interpretation of Art Deco, Regal Theatre as “Lovely inside and very ugly outside.” So true!

Growing Concerns | Lawrence Leung

To me Leung is less a comedian and more of an incredibly talented writer. The way he weaves multiple references into his show and then refers back to them much further on in his monologue is brilliant.