The Powerhouse Museum opens their doors after dark for a special evening of creativity and collective action set amongst their most disruptive new exhibitions.
See … Read more
On the same evening when the unfortunate cancellation of Tropfest 2015 was announced, another institution of emerging Australian film practitioners gathered to mark the end … Read more
Rounding out Sydney’s newly asserted ‘theatre district’ in the midst of Kings Cross, KX Theatre throws open its doors with debut production, Roadkill Confidential. … Read more
Lead Me Astray is not your usual indie thriller. While the small budget may be blindingly obvious at times, it is offset by the meticulous … Read more
More than thirty years after its international debut, CATS the musical returns to Sydney with an all-Australian cast for its 2015 revival––with spruced up choreography … Read more
BY ALANNAH MAHER
Are you hunting down an unconventional event to kick off your Halloween weekend? While disgruntled people shake their fists at jack o’ … Read more
It is almost time to enjoy one of the most anticipated events of the national visual arts calendar.
The most recent postgraduate cohort of the … Read more
BY ALANNAH MAHER
Featuring five full-scale productions led by cutting-edge directors and playwrights, NIDA launched its 2015 end-of-year production season earlier this month. Running through … Read more
Sydney’s opening night of Velvet had me dancing in my seat, grinning like a fool and left me with a coating of glitter (traces of … Read more
Confronting theatre with nowhere to hide, Mad March Hare Theatre Company’s production of Dark Vanilla Jungle makes its return after a critically acclaimed run at … Read more