Yes, Margaret Fulton was Queen Of The Dessert (NB the double ‘”ss”) as well as of every other meal produced out of the Australian family … Read more
After some immersive research that included interviews with astrophysicists, a close encounter with the Parkes Radio Telescope and trips to Manchester, Oxford, Greenwich and the … Read more
Given Joe Orton’s penchant for obvious, raucous humour and side-wink puns, he would probably have taken devilish delight in the fact that his last play … Read more
The Sydney Dance Company is showcasing Antony Hamilton’s work Forever & Ever for the very first time in Sydney, alongside Rafael Bonachela’s award-winning Frame Of … Read more
Project Minding Madness may be the most important theatre project you see this year.
Writer Joy Roberts has “co-devised and overseen the creation of the … Read more
Theatre director, Kate Champion, describes the Hayes Theatre as Sydney’s version of “off Broadway”, referring to its intimate size and low key productions. Champion is … Read more
Yen truly has it all: comedy, tragedy, romance, and heartbreak.
The play is centered on the lives of two teenage brothers, Hench and Bobbie, and … Read more
Meet Maggie Stone, a 50-something Australian woman who is overweight and suffers from health issues. She works as a senior loans officer, is unjustifiably … Read more
A moderately successful 1992 film starring Steve Martin, Leap Of Faith was re-written as a stage musical in 2010 by original screenwriter Janus Cercone (later … Read more
What does it mean to be a whistleblower in this day and age? Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy Of The People has been … Read more