A stage play has finally been produced which honestly depicts the plight of Australian soldiers deployed to Afghanistan and their torturous on-going battle with war-induced … Read more
Written by Herman Melville in 1851, this classic American novel which was adapted for the stage by Orson Welles takes independent theatre to a whole … Read more
Critically acclaimed and a hit at the 2017 Sydney Festival, this play returns to delight audiences of all ages.
“This is a road-trip comedy drama … Read more
The school holidays have arrived and this musical pantomime is sure to be a hit amongst families and big kids alike!
Producer/director Bonnie Lythgoe explained … Read more
Violent homophobia in Uganda is realistically resonated in this powerful and emotionally charged award-winning stage play, written by English playwright Chris Urch and initially performed … Read more
This contemporary adaptation of Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov’s first play The Seagull written by American playwright Aaron Posner, should prove to be quite a hit.… Read more
This popular film festival returns to Sydney showcasing 21 exhilarating films from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland, many of which are award-winning Australian premieres. … Read more
The synopsis of this Australian film is quite intriguing – two brothers return to the family homestead out bush with the intention of murdering their … Read more
What initially appears to be a run-of-the-mill roadie flick, quickly transpires into an emotionally-binding film with universal themes which should have audiences laughing and crying … Read more
This multi award-winning film from Paraguay is in official competition at this year’s Sydney Film Festival and strongly resonates the quality and significance of world … Read more