Warnings of the imminent death of the book have been grossly exaggerated, judging by the glittering crowd that walked the red carpet at the Australian … Read more
This is a very clever fictional version of the infamous Jack The Ripper murders case, using many of the known facts and imagining the rest. … Read more
The Chaser’s Charles Firth and The Shovel’s James Schloeffel are here with a book, which is billed as “the most inaccurate guide to Election 2019,” … Read more
Director Clemence Williams developed Chamber Pot Opera along with co-creators Keiren Brandt-Sawdy and Thomas De Angelis in response to the limited roles for women in … Read more
First written as a book by Arthur Laurents in the late 1940s, West Side Story first appeared on Broadway in 1957 and has remained a … Read more
Ay Pachanga returns to Manning Bar this weekend to celebrate the colourful birth of Salsa in 1970s New York. It is partly a performance, partly … Read more
The raucous Russian-inspired band Vulgargrad are launching their third album, The Odessa Job, at Sydney’s most prolific music venue, the Camelot Lounge, in April.
The … Read more
C’mon now, be honest. When was the last time you saw an ancient Greek tragedy performed in Sydney? Anywhere?
Tucked in a corner of Marrickville, … Read more
Director Julie Baz can be relied on to select interesting and provocative plays to stage at the Limelight Theatre in a wonderfully renovated building which … Read more
Chippen Street Theatre, hidden away in a back lane in Chippendale on the northern side of Cleveland Street, has bravely taken on Ionesco’s absurdist farce, … Read more