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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 […]

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 […]

Mercury Fur

Set in a post-apocalyptic East End London, Philip Ridley’s R18+ play Mercury Fur is unlike any other. HBR Creatives and White Box Theatre are bringing a full season of the play to Kings Cross Theatre at the end of the month and we’ve been given an almost 100 per-cent guarantee from the creative team that […]

REVIEW: Yen

Yen truly has it all: comedy, tragedy, romance, and heartbreak. The play is centered on the lives of two teenage brothers, Hench and Bobbie, and their struggle to survive after their mom, Maggie, moves in with her boyfriend leaving them alone in their apartment.  The show manages to showcase the harsh reality of the boys’ existence […]

Yen

Anna Jordan, author of the critically acclaimed play Yen, has seen her work travel all over the globe. So far, her plays have been performed in the United States, Germany, and Sweden in addition to in her home country, England. When Yen officially opens at King’s Cross Theatre, Jordan can add Australia to her ever-growing […]