The Chaser’s Chris Taylor and Craig Reucassel take to the stage in this dramatic romantic comedy following a group of privileged 30-somethings as they yearn … Read more
Since its inception in America in the 1980s, slam poetry has incited an accessible creative outlet for community connection and personal expression amongst many.
Sydney’s … Read more
A teenage girl is on the run, her panicked parents are in pursuit, and a large sum of cash is missing in this suspenseful, fragmented … Read more
There could not be a more fitting stage to set Knee Deep than the Sydney Festival’s famous Spiegeltent. The other-worldliness of the temporary structure’s mirrors, … Read more
Forget everything you thought you knew about shadow puppetry and step into an imaginative workshop with Sticks Stones Broken Bones. In a flurry of … Read more
The poster boy of obscenity in a designer suit, you’ve surely seen his particular brand of cheeky British comedy cropping up on any given English … Read more
This year has been a tumultuous one for independent arts scenes. Since the mid-year announcement of $105 million dollars worth of funding cuts to the … Read more
It’s hard to watch Suffragette without being more preoccupied with the surrounding problems and politics rather than the merit of the filmmaking and performance.
Swaddled … Read more
When Silence Falls provides a voice for those who have been silenced. Encompassing painting, video and sculpture, the collection-based exhibition presents the work of contemporary … Read more
Launching in a stunning and almost foreboding display with nuns floating through the audience illuminated by candles, the latest incarnation of The Sound of Music… Read more