John Green is an Anglo-Indian Australian actor who dreams of being cast in his favourite soap, ‘Bondi Parade’. However coloured contacts don’t hide that … Read more
While present-day mass political action may seem to have overwhelmingly depleted to clicking and ‘signing’ online petitions as they float through cyberspace, the value of … Read more
Beatles, Bedlam and pills. The stories of two men heeding from two separate centuries clash and combine in Gina Schein’s Morgan Stern.
The Gent … Read more
This weekend Sydneysiders have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a bustling artists’ bazaar. For the fourth year in a row the public is invited … Read more
The Genesian Theatre company’s production of Dracula is an unapologetic meeting of melodrama and old school horror, with a hardworking cast and some genuine jump … Read more
Sydney-based artist Ella Barclay conjures an eerie techno dystopia in her multidisciplinary solo show I Had To Do It, currently on show at UTS … Read more
“Irreverent, fabulous, ridiculous musical fun!” – the words Trevor Ashley uses to describe his latest foray into impersonating his greatest female icon. LIZA’S BACK! (IS … Read more
Rosie Waterland brings the outspoken humour, honesty and humility that has become synonymous with her writing work to her one-woman show My Life On The … Read more
A highlight of the multicultural arts event calendar, this weekend the African Rhythm & Roots Festival will showcase the sounds, sights, tastes and spirit of … Read more
Griffin Theatre’s latest offering is urgent, hilarious and uncomfortably close to reality.
The staging is immediately tremendous and imposing, jutting into the unreserved audience seating. … Read more