Tag: culture

La Cage Aux Folles – The Concourse

The lashes are curled, and the boys are tucked in this spunky new production of La Cage Aux Folles currently playing at The Concourse, Chatswood. La Cage, written by Harvey Fierstein and Jerry Herman, won six Tony awards when it…

Don Giovanni - The Sydney Opera House

Don Giovanni: The Satisfying Demise of a Womanising Megalomaniac

David McVicar’s third revival of his highly celebrated 2014 Don Giovanni has hit the stage at Sydney Opera House with a dramatically dark and rampantly carnal production. Mozart’s Don Giovanni is an infamous tale of a pleasure-seeker’s demise and is…

Ensemble Theatre take on a Pinter Classic – The Caretaker

Don’t wait for the weather to break… get yourself along to The Caretaker, currently playing at Ensemble Theatre. Harold Pinter’s three-act comedy set in the 1950s, The Caretaker, follows the story of two brothers who allow a homeless man to stay in…

The Mousetrap brings murder to Sydney

Escape the rat race and get caught up in The Mousetrap currently playing at Theatre Royal Sydney. Agatha Christie’s classic which started off as a radio show, is celebrating it’s 70th year on the West End. Officially the world’s longest…

Jagged Little Pill – Side effects may vary

Buy tickets to Jagged Little Pill’s homecoming season now! We loved this show so much we went to see it twice. Read what we thought about it when we saw it in December 2021 below! It’s a good sign when,…

ONCE in a lifetime, a show like this comes along!

Good shows are easy to review. Great performances are a little more complicated, but the phenomenal production of ONCE by the Darlinghurst Theatre Company has left me utterly speechless. Usually, in a review, I would put the call to action…

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…

Every Brilliant Thing @ Belvoir St Theatre

For me, one of the most exciting moments when seeing a show is when the lights go down and the audience hushes. So it throws me off when, in Every Brilliant Thing, neither happens. Instead, amongst a visible backdrop of audience…

FOMA 2019

FOMA; celebrating diversity in Australian fashion

The bold, the fabulous and those ready to see more than size zero models in trouser suits on the catwalk, were out in force on Friday night to see FOMA – Fashions of Multicultural Australia (for those without one eye…