Philosophy, like theatre, can be so pretentious. Sipping on middle class champagne while pondering existential matters – such as, are we really here? It’s just … Read more
A new community festival in Walsh Bay will attempt to bring people back to the area’s quiet streets and assist struggling retailers.
The Walsh Bay … Read more
The enriching tale of the mischievous Pinocchio holds a nostalgic place in the hearts of many. There have been a plethora of adaptations, however, the … Read more
A young couple arrive home from holidays to find that things are not quite as they left them. There are some weird pot plants around, … Read more
Audience participation – it’s as old as the hills. Think the colosseum, where a few bored thumbs pointed downward sent the unlucky gladiator out of … Read more
The audience is in complete hysterics by the end of Sydney Theatre Company’s Noises Off. As they leave the theatre, each member seems to … Read more
Bob Downe, the flamboyantly fabulous comedic alter ego of Mark Trevorrow, is a national treasure. He’s sitting pretty among some of Australia’s most loved comedians … Read more
Watching one of his own farces from side of stage, playwright Michael Frayn is said to have thought it funnier from behind than in front. … Read more
As 2014 marks the centenary year of the start of World War I, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) has formed a unique partnership with the … Read more
There is a perennial complaint throughout the Australian entertainment industry. It is regarding a perceived lack of diversity on the Australian stage and screen.
Vel … Read more