Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Following on from the success of the hit musical, Matilda, another adaptation of a classic Roald Dahl story makes its Australian stage debut.

The Illusionists | The Works Entertainment

The Illusionists is a Broadway smash hit that continues its success live at the Sydney Opera House. Old tricks are given new life, new illusions raise the bar and a brilliant cast make their alchemy felt.

Artaserse | Pinchgut Opera

We were led to expect great things from Vivica, and we were not disappointed.

 Concert Three | Staatskapelle Berlin

It is so hard to convince an audience which knows this piece inside out that they are listening to it for the first time, but that is what Barenboim achieved for me.

Concert One & Two | Staatskapelle Berlin

It is difficult to describe the performances in his cycle of Brahms symphonies. I was overwhelmed by the sheer presence of the music, the intense immediacy of the experience.

The 11th Mullum Music Festival

As we drive from the Byron Hinterland to Mullumbimby on Thursday evening, my muso-partner and I have that feeling of anticipation and expectation. We are trekking out for this, the eleventh Mullum Music Festival.

The Wild Party | Little Triangle

A sound mix mess spoils the party in a cacophony of screech and bellow and a crowded choreography of stomp and swing in Little Triangle's production of The Wild Party.

Broadway Bound | New Theatre

The third in the trilogy that began with Brighton Beach Memoirs and continued with Biloxi Blues, Broadway Bound is the conclusion story of Simon's pre-adulthood and of the seismic shift that simultaneously occurred between three generations of his family.

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