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.

Dickens Women
Margolyes is a performer of considerable wit, charm and skill and her physical and vocal expressiveness is faultless.

Short Sweet + Dance: Week 2
All of the short works have been carefully programmed, and the resulting show is seamless and diverse.

A Bright Room Called Day | NIDA
A Bright Room Called Day is both a satisfying character drama and an engrossing fly-on-the-wall historical epic.

Norm and Ahmed | The Alex Buzo Company
You’re walking home around midnight. It’s cold and dark and the streets are deserted. Suddenly, from nowhere, a stranger lurches from the shadows. “Got a light?”

Riflemind | Sydney Theatre Company
Riflemind is the story of a once-famous rock band, of U2 standard, coming together for a weekend in a country house to decide whether to regroup

Class Enemy | NIDA
Class Enemy is a terrific piece of theatre, a riveting slow-burn perfectly realised by its exceptionally talented young cast.

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