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Darlinghurst Theatre unveils new Artistic Director as 30th anniversary approaches

BY TESSA PELLE Darlinghurst Theatre has promoted former Co-Artistic Director Amylia Harris to sole Artistic Director as the company restructures ahead of its 30th anniversary. Previous Co-Artistic Director and founding CEO Glen Terry will be taking on the newly created role of Executive Director as he announces plans for early retirement, labelling Harris as his […]

I Want To Know What Love Is Co-Creator Amy Ingram Discuss the Importance Of Love In A Post-Pandemic World

Over the course of the last year one constant, love, has kept us all sane as we persevere through the toughest year many of us have ever experienced. Throughout the past 12 months we have learned that "things may go wrong but at the end of the day we only have each other to lean […]

Hans – Like A German

Berlin boy-wonder Hans is many things. He’s an accordionist, a dancer, a comedian and an international sex-symbol. After making it all the way to the finals of America’s Got Talent, Hans’ cabaret career soared. His show is packed with glitter and dance and will no doubt feature Hans in a tight sparkly costume playing his […]

Death Of Community Theatre

By Jade Morellini For centuries, theatre has been driving a rich culture of storytelling among communities, expressing the voices of many and uniting them as one. Theatres provide a place to discuss new ideas and to stimulate conversations about events occurring around the world, or to question the norms. After the devastating news surfaced of […]


Savages is about four men embarking on a cruise that doesn’t quite go to plan. This play explores multiple personalities the Aussie male can portray. Actor Josef Ber, who plays the character Rabbit, describes Savages as a “relentless, energising and pulsating play that explores the darker side of manhood". Ber described his character as a man desperate […]

The Pride

Darlinghurst Theatre Company are proud to present the highly anticipated Sydney Premiere of The Pride as part of the 2016 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. Brilliantly written by Alexi Kaye Campbell, The Pride is an emotional and poetic reflection on gay identity and sexual liberation, celebrating authenticity, empathy and understanding. “[The Pride] examines the […]


Nick Payne's Constellations will light up Sydney theatregoers this August, with an avant-garde production performed at the Eternity Playhouse. Portrayed by Sam O’Sullivan and Emma Palmer, this distinct love story will be a special piece of imagination to share with audiences using the ever-interesting multiverse theory as inspiration. “A couple fall in love; in some […]

Review – The Young Tycoons

If Nine Network’s Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch War didn’t satiate your desire to see the country’s media moguls stripped, tarred and feathered, then Young Tycoons is for you. Darlinghurst Theatre’s current production marks the second revival of CJ Johnson’s unapologetic and funny satire on corruption, excess and the petty family feuds which play out in […]


Back in 1985 they were the hottest senior citizens of the small screen - now The Golden Girls are back! Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia, the ladies who made grey power trendy before it was – well, trendy – are back. This time as you’ve never seen them before. As puppets! Hand-made by the world […]