For lovers and appreciators of ballet, Swan Lake is the classic performance that everyone should watch at least once before they die. After much success … Read more
Circus performer and director James Thierree returns to Sydney Festival with Tabac Rouge, his fourth and arguably most extravagant and enthralling performance yet.
Set in … Read more
Combining circus, mime, dance and theatre, James Thierree is one of the most interesting contemporary choreographers of our time.
Returning for his fourth year at … Read more
Exists is another in a long line of twisted horror films from Cuban Director Eduardo Sanchez. It centres around five friends who predictably venture into … Read more
In STC’s latest production Switzerland, playwright Joanna Murray-Smith and Director Sarah Goodes craft a thriller about the master of crime-thrillers, Patricia Highsmith.
Held up … Read more
Josh Lawson makes his directorial debut with The Little Death, voted second choice for best feature at The Sydney Film Festival. The offbeat … Read more
On the first day of rehearsals actor Guy Edmonds asks director Lucas Jervies, “Why are we doing this?” Edmonds recalls, “He said ‘I want to … Read more
In Kelly Reichardt’s Night Moves three eco-activists living on the fringes of society plot to blow up a hydroelectric dam in protest against environmental devastation. … Read more
Festival director, Lisa Barbagallo reflects, “I’ve got three boys and I’ve taken them to many kids festivals and events over the years, but I always … Read more
Richard Linklater’s epic Boyhood, filmed over 12 years using the same actors, follows Mason (Ellar Coltrane) as he goes from childhood to the precipice … Read more