Category: dancing

Forever & Ever – Curious, Engaging and Forceful

This October Sydney Dance Company brings us another exciting new Australian contemporary dance work, Forever & Ever. The show is a double bill, commencing with an older work by Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela, and finishing on a high with the…

Ballet Preljocaj’s “Snow White” – The fairest ballet of them all

Ballet Preljocaj’s “Snow White” is a deliciously seductive production. One woman jealous of another’s beauty, an enchanted mirror, a poisoned apple, and seven friendly dwarves. An unquestionably good recipe for a dark and daring contemporary ballet, it’s the age-old fairytale…

Blown Away by A Faint Existence

The Sydney Opera House provides an opportunity to witness some of Australia’s best performance artists showcasing their premiere works in their series, UnWrapped. Kristina Chan, one of Australia’s most acclaimed dance artists captivates audiences with a solo performance of A…

Sensation HRVY lands in Australia!

Following the launch of his brand new single, HRVY arrives Australia this week; the track, ‘Hasta Luego’, a duet, which features the Latin pop princess, Malu. On Friday May 11, the UK star will be live at the Home The…

Top Sydney Events in Autumn

2 Mar: Twilight Food Fair Enjoy the long summer evenings at the annual Twilight Food Fair. It’s a great way to end the week with delicious hot food and live entertainment! 3 Mar: Mardi Gras With 40 incredible years of…

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“Wildebeest and Valley:” Human interaction through dance

Riverside Theatres have launched their 2018 Dance Bites season with an outstanding contemporary double-bill, Wildebeest and Valley by Israeli-born choreographer Omer Backley-Astrachan with FORM Dance Projects. In a world premiere, Wildebeest, the shorter of the two pieces, examines the artifice of…

Review of Carmen – A John Bell / Opera Australia Collaboration

Opera Australia’s sophisticated and yet accessible production of Carmen has something for everyone. Opera aficionados who feel they have seen it all will enjoy and appreciate the insightful and adroit directorship of theatre legend John Bell. Opera novices will be…

‘The Merry Widow’ with Opera Australia

The Sydney Opera House’s Joan Sutherland Theatre has finally reopened, after undergoing the most significant renovations since the Opera House opened in 1973. After nine months of homelessness, Opera Australia has opened the year in their shiny new home with…

‘The Wizard of Oz’ – a most wonderful musical in Sydney

If ever, oh ever, a show there was, The Wizard of Oz is one because, because, because, because, because, because… Because it’s the world’s favourite musical. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of The Wizard of Oz has finally arrived in…