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You should hear these people sing!

Cancel your weekend plans and get along to the musical theatre event of the century, Do You Hear The People Sing? now playing in the renovated Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House. As you may have guessed from its title, this…

Royalty returns to Sydney: SIX the Musical

Tudor royalty has landed back in Sydney with the return season of SIX the Musical to the Theatre Royal Sydney. While we remember them as ‘divorced, beheaded, died; divorced, beheaded, survived’, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take to the…

North by Northwest – Hitchcock comes to Sydney

Australians, we are a bloody talented bunch and North by Northwest currently playing at the Sydney Lyric Theatre is a prime example of that talent. If you have been following my reviews, you know that I’m quite outspoken about the…

What a way to make a living – 9 to 5 the Musical

You may love your job, but there’s no more fun you can have than working the 9 to 5 with Dolly Parton and her musical, currently playing at the Capitol Theatre. I could spend the following 500 words writing about…

A Chorus Line – Sydney’s Own Thrilling Combination

I’m always worried when companies announce reimagined new choreography of iconic musicals, but after the first eight counts, I was hooked on Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s new production of A Chorus Line. Like many shows of late, A Chorus Line fell…

2021 Sydney Mulled Wine Guide

As the numbers on the thermostat take a nosedive and the layers of outerwear multiply, our favorite chilled concoctions make room on many a menu for their warmer counterparts – the most classic of them all, of course, being mulled…

Review of Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni is back in black. Legendary Scottish Director Sir David McVicar’s shifts the action of Mozart’s masterpiece of of sexual morality into the Gothic period, thus celebrating the supernatural aspects of the story, heightening the emotional conflicts of the…

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Jeremy Dutcher at Sydney Festival 2020: timeless transcendence

My favourite part of the Sydney Festival is discovering the new artists that are part of the diverse lineup, but nothing could have prepared me for Jeremy Dutcher. Canadian Indigenous composer and musician Jeremy Dutcher delivered one of the standout shows…

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Time Out Sydney’s 12th Annual Bar Awards

Helping Sydney-siders truly kick off the festive season and with the long-awaited revoking of CBD’s lock-out laws, there was no better way to celebrate than to attend Time Out’s 12th annual Sydney Bar Awards, held at the PowerHouse Museum. Dressed…