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Molly Sweeney

Molly Sweeney, written by Brian Friel is a powerful play coming to Flight Path Theatre in Marrickville this December. The play, produced by Clock And Spiel Productions, is a riveting story of a woman given the chance to have her eyesight restored, while exploring the marvel of medical miracles. The play will star Grace Naoum […]

Trevor Ashley – Ring Them Bells! A Very Liza Xmas

Trevor Ashley is back to celebrate Christmas with you in 2020 and he’s bringing his good friend Liza along for the ride in his show Ring Them Bells! A Very Liza Xmas at the Paddo RSL in November and December. Accompanied by a sumptuous, yet socially distanced band led by Andy Davies, Liza will perform songs […]

REVIEW: Picnic At Hanging Rock

On St Valentine’s Day 1900, a party of schoolgirls set out to picnic at Hanging Rock... some were never to return. That’s the synopsis of the classic Australian novel written by Joan Lindsay which was produced into a successful film and more recently as a television series. The theatrical production, which was adapted by Tom […]

REVIEW: Iphigenia In Splott

Iphigenia In Splott set a dark tone from the get-go, confronting the audience with the main character launching directly into a sarcastic monologue. The whole way through, Meg Clarke keeps audiences at the edge of their seats wondering whether they should laugh or cry. The minimalistic background and darkly lit stage provides a keen insight […]

Bloom Festival

Darlinghurst Theatre Company (DTC) has commenced its month-long Bloom Festival, combining culture, entertainment, and dining to create a truly immersive experience. The company’s CEO and Co-Artistic Director Glenn Terry, and Co-Artistic Director Amylia Harris have revitalised the theatre space and discovered new ways of captivating audiences as government restrictions on public gatherings ease. Speaking about […]

Picnic At Hanging Rock

Tom Wright’s acclaimed adaption of Joan Lindsay’s novel Picnic At Hanging Rock comes to Sydney, having previously played to sell-out seasons in Perth and Melbourne before heading off to Edinburgh and London. The classic story of three private school girls and a teacher who went missing on St Valentine’s Day 1900 at Hanging Rock has […]

Iphigenia In Splott

Iphigenia In Splott is an acclaimed and highly anticipated play coming to Sydney’s Marrickville this November, presented by Flight Path Theatre. Directed by Lucy Clements and starring Meg Clarke as Effie, this one woman show is not to be missed. Written by Gary Owen, it presents the story of a misunderstood young woman who is […]

Hedwig And The Angry Inch

Newtown's Enmore Theatre is set to reopen January with a show headlined by multi-award winning actor Hugh Sheridan. Hedwig And The Angry Inch is a rock musical ride like no other. It’s unlikely hero, a slip of a girly boy from East Berlin who was subjected to a botched sex change to flee to the […]

Wicked Sisters

The Griffin Theatre Company has launched its closing act for the year, the revenge tragic-comedy Wicked Sisters. A story about artificial intelligence, the future, unforgiving competition, and the issues women face in their 50s, Alma De Groen’s Wicked Sisters is a brilliantly written piece that rings as true as it did when it was first […]

Word Travels’ Story Week 2020 Goes Virtual

Miles Merrill is the artistic director of this simultaneous hook up event where musicians, poets and producers share their newest revelations. “Performance of narrative envelopes us in empathy and understanding. The spoken word is really the thread that keeps us all together," said Merril. Also the creator of Word Travels Story Week, Australia’s national poetry […]