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THE NAKED CITY – BECAUSE THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO

Amidst the controversy that still simmers over footballer Israel Folau’s fire and brimstone Instagram post, one important aspect remains relatively undiscussed. Champions of free speech Alan Jones and Mark Latham have leapt to Folau’s defence with libertarian flair but what about another long-running issue – the misinterpretation or selective interpretation of the Bible itself. Folau […]

An Act of God

God is coming to the Darlinghurst Theatre Company in the Australian premiere of David Javerbaum’s hilarious An Act of God. Originating from a twitter account (@TheTweetofGod) and book, The Last Testament: A Memoir from God, the play is a satiric conversation with God, who ‘inhabits’ the body of an actor to speak to the audience. […]

Noah

Audiences expecting a conservative re-telling of the story of Noah will be disappointed with this reincarnation, as the story has been modernised for a new generation of filmgoers. Highly anticipated, Noah is “loosely based” on the biblical epic according to the Book Of Genesis, but is completely different to previous films based on the bible. The […]

NAKED CITY: THE OLDEST STORY EVER GOLD!

We are all supposed to become ecstatic when the Premier or one of his ministers announces the latest Hollywood blockbuster to be filmed in Sydney, lured here with a swag of generous government concessions. The moviemakers supposedly inject millions into the local economy and employ hundreds from the Australian film industry. But is there a […]