SHIT | Drill Hall Theatre Company

Employing a minimal cast and set, garnering maximum momentum from the first words uttered, SHIT is cutting-edge theatre – succinct, provocative, evocative, packing a punch from the moment the three actors set foot upon the stage.

Joseph K | Secret House

Practical politics and current events fuse in Joseph K, Tom Basden’s absurdist dystopian farce modelled on Franz Kafka’s The Trial.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof | Sydney Theatre Company

Unfortunately for all the other actors in the show, the titanic pillars of Newman and Weaving cast such long shadows, not only by the strength of their stellar performances, but by the sheer percentage of the script’s lines they monopolise between them.

Jack Johnson - Bluesfest 2019

A wet Bluesy may dampen the clothes but it never dampens the spirit: a memory could be made in a moment like this.

Appropriation | Fledgling Theatre Company

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead. So too is Hamlet. Watch your back, Horatio. Fortinbras is the new Prince of Denmark.

Enright On The Night | Genesian Theatre Company

The Genesian Theatre is the right and fitting company to stage this heartfelt homage to Nick Enright as he was a member of the theatre early in his career.

The Choir of Man

After highly acclaimed performances all over the world, The Choir of Man, has arrived at the Sydney Opera House. Adoring fans, sell out shows and festival awards, put me in high spirits and ready to get raucous with the nine man vocal ensemble.

Grounded | National Theatre of Parramatta

Captain Marvel is rocketing up the multiplex box-office at the moment, but, for my money, there’s a major marvel playing at Riverside Theatres at the moment that beats the kapow! out of that CGI blockbuster.

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