According to Murray Dahm, artistic director of Opera Bites, opera needs to be relatable to the masses and not seen just as high-class entertainment for … Read more
Everybody knows of the famed painter Pablo Picasso. But very few know of his dog, Lump, who lived with Picasso for 16 years and developed … Read more
This August, Lane Cove Theatre Company are bringing Australian playwright David Williamson’s Managing Carmen to the stage for a two-week season. Directed by Isaac Downey, … Read more
A Dog’s Journey, directed by Gail Mancuso, is a picture book corn-fed, country style, feel-good movie with a difference.
Yes, it’s the story of … Read more
Blinded By The Light, directed by Gurinder Chadha, is described as a, ‘feel hood film’ and, that is exactly how it should be described. … Read more
By Rita Bratovich
Titus Andronicus was Shakespeare’s first tragedy and it makes Game Of Thrones look like Sesame Street!
Written in line with the … Read more
When West Side Story debuted on Broadway in 1957 it was met with gape-mouthed awe by audiences and critics alike. The modern, gritty, version of … Read more
It’s got fabulous songs, stunning choreography, a story literally ripped from the headlines, and more razzle-dazzle than a Christmas tree. Broadway’s longest-running musical of all … Read more
Eight emerging Australian artists will be given the opportunity over the course of August to showcase their works at the renowned UNSW Galleries thanks to … Read more
Painter Toni Messiter brings her unique perspective to Stanley Street Gallery this week. Messiter’s works use the framework of traditional portraiture to convey the complexity … Read more