Horror | Jakob Ahlbom

Horror combines intense soundscapes, unsettling video projections, prodigiously precise performance, ingenious lighting techniques, meticulous trick sets and props, all working together to create some very impressive illusions.

The Misanthrope | Bell Shakespeare and Griffin Theatre Company

Lewis and Fleming have hit upon something special in diffusing the inadvertently misogynistic potential of a more plodding approach to modernisation, they have created something that feels both timely and timeless, of the moment yet cut very much from the classic’s cloth.

She Loves Me | Hayes Theatre Co

Three musicians, an accordionist, a violinist and a clarinettist kick off Hayes Theatre Company's production of She Loves Me.

Rovers | NORPA

Storytelling through conversation, through music, through a play, written and created for awesome women, brought to life with sound and lighting and minimal props – now that is entertainment on a whole other level.

Nell Gwynn | New Theatre

An extremely robust production, full of life and energy with some really terrific performances, led from the front by the vivacious Bishanyia Vincent but with no real weak links bringing up the rear.

Bangalow Music Festival 2018

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

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.

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