Chinks in the Armour | Tyran Parke
He has a wonderful voice, rich and vibrant that resonates with feeling and the songs he has chosen for the evening are equally varied and joyous.

A Midsummer Nights Dream

Miserable and uninviting are the only words I can use to describe the weather last Saturday night

Lessons in Flight | Darlinghurst Theatre
Lessons in Flight is a moral tale but like any good morality play it couches its message in gentle humor and in very moving visual and rhetoric images.

Kiki & Herb: The Year of Magical Drinking Tour
Long, strong legs, sagging breasts, an eruption of what should be greying hair, diamante tears and a set of eyes that have seen the world. Kiki is one formidable, volatile and gracious hostess

King Tide | Griffin Theatre Company
Katherine Thomson’s immensely affecting new play, King Tide, deals with both the personal grief of a family and broader, contemporary moral issues.

Blue Print | Deborah Pollard
Blue Print is a new work by director/performer Deborah Pollard – an “artistic response” to the 2003 Canberra bush fires that burned her family home to the ground.

Honey: A play with music
I wanted to like this show, I really did...

Traitors | new theatre
Once again, New Theatre tackles the classics of political theatre with great conviction. Traitors is a powerful, unsettling play and, perhaps, a timely one.

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