Songs For Nobodies

Cabaret superstar Bernadette Robinson is returning from a sold-out season on London’s West End, bringing her hit play Songs For Nobodies back home to Australia for a limited season. First performed 10 years ago, Songs For Nobodies was specifically written for Robinson by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith and is directed by Simon Phillips. In the […]

Poirot And More: A Retrospective

David Suchet who is best known for his role as Agatha Christie’s Belgian Detective for the past 25 years is set to return to the Australian Stages in the Poirot and More: A Retrospective show. Behind the detective and the many faces such as Lady Bracknell and Freud, Suchet is renowned for being able to […]

REVIEW: The Ladykillers

The Genesian Theatre delivers yet another delightful vintage styled comedy crime thriller. The Ladykillers was written by Irish comedian Graham Linehan who also co-created Father Ted, Black Books, and The IT Crowd. It has the same absurd, character based humour as those popular comedy series. Five hapless criminals, led by the wily Professor Marcus (Marty […]

REVIEW: Colossus

The (almost) overwhelming production from Stephanie Lake, Colossus, is an activation of all the senses. With a bare stage and very muted costumes, Colossus, highlights the incredible talent and athleticism of 50 dancers, who give their all through the entire 50-minute performance. Using sharp choreography coupled with an intense soundtrack, Collosus, encourages an examination of community and an […]

Bran Nue Dae

Embarking on its 30th anniversary tour, hit musical Bran Nue Dae has begun its 2020 season in Sydney at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres. Legendary Australian actor and TV presenter Ernie Dingo returns to the role of Uncle Tadpole which he first performed in the original 1990 tour of the production. Presented by Opera Australia and Sydney Festival, Bran […]


By Mark Morellini Patricia Ward Kelly, the wife of the late Gene Kelly, brings her Gene Kelly: The Legacy show to Sydney and readers have the opportunity to read the complete interview in which Patricia speaks about the show and candidly shares some aspects of her life with the iconic silver screen legend. 1). WHAT […]


Biographer and film historian Patricia Ward Kelly presents a very intimate portrait of Gene Kelly as a man, husband and creative artist when she brings Gene Kelly: The Legacy to Sydney. “I take people on a journey into Gene’s heart and mind, using the stories he shared with me along with brilliant film clips on […]

The Life Of Us

Imagine having early onset alzheimer’s disease and being involved in a new relationship. Now imagine that new relationship being long distance. How hard it must be to remember words, details, faces and time differences. The Life Of Us is a musical with heart that deals with these questions and more. Based on the book by […]

REVIEW: La Bohème

Opera Australia’s summer season staging of La Bohème is a multi-cultural affair. Beneath Chinese and English subtitles, two phenomenal Asian born opera stars perform Puccini’s famous arias with breathtaking artistry. Australian-Chinese tenor Kang Wang’s portrayal of the love-struck poet Rodolfo is mesmerising. His performance ranks him as one of the world’s best tenors today. He is […]

REVIEW: Carmen

Arguably one of the most popular operas in any repertoire, Bizet’s Carmen is an easy pleaser due to its hit after hit collection of familiar tunes and its easy to follow storyline. But, because of this, in the wrong hands it can suffer the banality of cliches and same ol’ same ol’ design. Not this […]