‘The Little Prince’ at The Sydney Opera House

If a funny little man in the desert, demanding drawings of sheep and talking of roses means something to you, then I’m sure you will already have your tickets to the stage performance of The Little Prince at The Opera…

Belvoir’s ‘A Room of One’s Own’

When I saw that a theatrical rendition of Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own was coming to the Belvoir St Theatre (6 – 23 May), I was intent on going on for two reasons. Firstly, Belvoir never seem to…

‘Fun home’ gives a warm hug to your heart!

Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Fun Home has done it again, with another brilliant musical staged at the Roslyn Packer Theatre. While there are other Tony award-winning musicals playing across Sydney, Fun Home is an incredible snapshot of an unassuming…

Brodi Snook Handful

Sydney Comedy Festival: Brodi Snook’s ‘Handful’

In a tiny hall wedged in the Factory Theatre, Brodi Snook walks confidently into the spotlight of the stage. Snook’s special is wittily named ‘Handful’ after an experience where she was named a ‘handful’ by a man on a first…

Yellow Face: A Theatrical Triumph

Hidden away in a tiny theatre inside the Kings Cross Hotel, an extremely talented cast is staging one of the best plays I have seen this side of the Pacific. Yellow Face written by David Henry Hwang and produced by Dinosaurus…

‘Battle of the Tarts’ at Silly Tart Kitchen

Potts Point cafe Silly Tart Kitchen takes guests back in time with their dinner theatre show ‘Battle of the Tarts’. Learn about the Madams who turned Darlinghurst into ‘Razorhurst’: the infamous, the wicked, the best of the best. We’re talking,…