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.

Seed Bomb | subtlenuance

Mind change trumps tree change in Daniela Giorgi’s Seed Bomb, a subtle, combustible comedy.

Australia Haydn Ensemble

What a delight these young musicians are.

How To Rule The World | Sydney Theatre Company

How To Rule The World is a political satire from contemporary hotshot playwright, Nakkiah Lui.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong | Mischief Theatre

If only every show could be this deliriously deranged.

My Night With Reg | new theatre

My Night With Reg by Kevin Elyot is somewhat of a relic, a play about the plague years of the AIDS epidemic structured like a drawing room comedy of an even earlier era.

Wozzeck | Opera Australia

This production is an overwhelming triumph. The conductor, Andrea Molino, understands the score so deeply that by the third scene the musical language seemed completely natural, embracing both lyricism and disjunction comfortably.

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