Category: culture

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…

David Williamson’s Family Values Review

In his new and supposedly last play, Family Values, David Williamson is his classic self – angry, controversial and very, very funny. As he has done for the last 50 years, Williamson once again “puts his hands into our national…

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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…

Review of ‘Carmen’

The return of John Bell’s 2016 production of Carmen for Opera Australia is a welcome dose of heat in this summer that has not yet arrived. Bizet’s Carmen, even in its’ traditional form, is a risqué story. As if casual…

La Bohème Review

La Bohème is back! In a revival of one of Opera Australia’s most popular productions, with some of its’ biggest stars returning to their acclaimed roles, it is sure to be a hit once again.   The story of La…

Icebergs Terrace x Ketel One Botanical

Summer in Sydney – Icebergs Terrace x Ketel One Botanical

There’s a hot new spot for drinks in Bondi this summer, with views to die for, and an incredible and exclusive new range of drinks. The Plus Ones were invited to the official opening of the Icebergs Terrace, which was…

Beyond Cinema presents – The Blind Barber

Beyond Cinema are the story tellers, fantasy creators, and film lovers — known to bring immersive and cinematic journeys. The Plus Ones were invited to enjoy their latest experience — The Blind Barber: a full blown Prohibition-themed pop-up party in a mystery…