Lipsynch

Lipsynch, playing as part of the Sydney Festival, is really like nothing else you've seen before.

The Tragical Life of Cheeseboy | Slingsby

After an exciting first night opening party of the Sydney Festival, full of aural gluttony, and a rainbow of multiple choice adventures to be decided upon: I opted to start my festival experience with The Tragical Life of Cheeseboy.

The Last Highway | Urban Theatre Projects
The narrative unfurls in real time, exploring the ways in which these “citizens of the night” pass the time until their shifts end. Sometimes they help each other, and sometimes they are downright awful to each other.

Alas | Compania Nacional de Danza
Inspired by Wim Wenders 1987 film, Wings of Desire, Alas revolves around the plight of Damiel, the angel who longs to join the world of the living, where mortals breathe, feel and touch

House of the Holy Afro
Comical yet sexy, kitsch but cool, chaotic and graceful, House of the Holy Afro turns its fingers up at any notions of romantic Africa.

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