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Titus Andronicus

By Rita Bratovich Titus Andronicus was Shakespeare’s first tragedy and it makes Game Of Thrones look like Sesame Street! Written in line with the genre then known as “revenge plays” and vengeful it is aplenty; by the end, the death toll is 14 alongside incidents of rape, mutilation, torture, and cannibalism. Oh, and also, most […]

Graeme Of Thrones

With television’s most addictive show airing its season finale earlier this week many Sydneysiders are already jonesing for their Game Of Thrones fix. Luckily the Factory Theatre has just the solution for them. Hot off a sold out and critically acclaimed run in London’s West End, the United States and a number of Fringe festivals […]

Game of Thrones Exhibition

Fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones can rejoice. It’s likely that you’re filled with crushing ennui after the latest season finale. Mondays suck and Game of Thrones filled them with bloody and backstabbing entertainment that made the week much more bearable. To ease the blow, HBO and Google Play have announced that the Game of Thrones […]


For the first time in Sydney, Russall S. Beattie presents his very own take on the hit television series Game of Thrones. With Star Wars Burlesque: The Empire Strips Back and Batman Follies of 1929 already in the repertoire, Dames of Throne is an ambitious one. “I’ve been working in burlesque for about ten years […]