Shakespearean drama has been performed for hundreds of years, in a variety of settings – parks, restaurants, classrooms, conventional theatres – but only very few … Read more
One of Shakespeare’s classics is returning to the stage, but in a way that has never been seen before. Did someone say zombies, ninjas and … Read more
Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama, A Doll’s House, is a beautifully haunting and tragic play with huge historical significance. Considered the birth of the modern … Read more
Winston Churchill is credited with the saying “If you are going through hell – keep going” and the quote might well apply to Australian Rugby’s … Read more
William Shakespeare is perhaps the most iconic name in theatre ever. So when you combine that pedigree with one of the most iconic bodies of … Read more
Sydney Theatre Company opens their 2018 season with the Caryl Churchill classic Top Girls. This female driven play was written and set in Thatcher’s Britain … Read more
“We go along to Shakespeare never quiet knowing what you’re going to get, which is one of the points of going to Shakespeare. It’s like … Read more
National Theatre Live has captured a performance from the 50th anniversary of The Old Vic theatre production and transformed it into a cinematic event … Read more
With Coffin Ed.
As a good citizen of Woolloomooloo, I am always on the lookout for both things that add and detract from everyday life … Read more
Bard On The Beach are set to present their interpretation of the classic Shakespeare masterpiece The Tragedy Of Romeo and Juliet.
Whilst everybody knows the … Read more