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We Will Rock You

Queen fans get ready to rock as this phenomenally successful musical returns to the Riverside Theatre! We Will Rock You is based on the songs of Queen with a book by Ben Elton and has thrilled over 16 million theatergoers in 19 countries since 2002. Emma Mylott, who plays the role of Oz, has been […]

Prinnie Stevens

Growing up Prinnie Stevens says she lived in a fantasy world of music and performance, but today that fantasy world has become her reality. In a year when everything seems like a weird fever dream or fantasy Stevens explained to City Hub that 2020 has actually allowed her to return to her roots to rediscover […]

Lights Up On The Arts [Home Delivery]

"The Arts CAN NOT and WILL NOT close" Despite the devastation felt throughout the Arts industry as a result of COVID-19 and subsequent social distancing measures there remains a sense of optimism among the community. This optimism is perhaps best highlighted by the sense of generosity shown by artists and production companies as they continue […]

Sole Sessions

Out of the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic a brand new initiative has been launched to bring homegrown Australian entertainment into the lives of people across the country and around the world. Sole Sessions is an innovative new steaming delivery method designed to allow artists in lockdown to scratch their performance itch, generate a small […]

Rent – Return Season

One of Sydney’s fastest selling musicals last year came from somewhere the major theatre houses may not have expected... And now, the Hayes Theatre Company brings back Rent by Highway Run Productions. Jonathan Larson’s Rent became a global phenomenon soon after its Off-Broadway debut in 1996. A rock-opera following a group of struggling artists living […]

Dear World

When the first production of Dear World played New York in 1969 the reception was lukewarm. With songs by Jerry Herman, who at that stage was at the very top of his craft, it perhaps suffered by comparison with his other contemporary works, Mame and Hello Dolly. Based on The Madwoman of Chaillot, it’s a […]


It’s been a long time coming, but we have just seen the release of Jurassic World, likely the biggest blockbuster of 2015. Yawn. I’m a child of the 90’s, I lived through 'The Great Dinosaur Fad' of 93’ and my tastes have matured. I’m looking for something with more teeth, more twists, and a few […]