Tag: play

Beyond the Game: Unpacking Alone it Stands

Alone It Stands, currently playing at Ensemble Theatre, is a theatrical gem that brilliantly encapsulates a historic moment in Irish sports, all through the lens of playwright John Breen’s dynamic storytelling. This play is not just for rugby enthusiasts; it’s…

Tiddas: Sisterhood Unveiled

Tiddas, the current production at Belvoir St Theatre, takes audiences on a rollercoaster of emotions with its heartfelt exploration of friendship, identity, and the complexities of modern life. Written by Anita Heiss, the play unfolds as an intimate exploration of…

Miss Peony shines a light on the Chinese Australian experience

Currently playing at Belvoir St Theatre, Miss Peony is a light-hearted and joyful comedy that explores themes of cultural identity, intergenerational relationships, and the pursuit of connection. Set in the world of beauty pageants, the play tells the story of…

Belvoir breathes fresh air into the climate change conversation.

David Finnigan strikes again with his refreshing commentary on the climate change debate with Scenes from the Climate Era, currently playing at Belvoir St Theatre. As someone who has studied oceanography and ecology, I’m always a little concerned about creatives…

The clash of the musical genres: Rhinestone Rex and Miss Monica

It’s been a warm start to autumn outside and in the theatre, particularly with Rhinestone Rex and Miss Monica playing at the Ensemble Theatre. Like a comforting cup of hot chocolate, this David Williamson’s script is the big hug we…

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…

Sydney’s newest foodie precinct opens in Darling Square

Take a trip down the neon lane(way) in Sydney’s Darling Square The Plus Ones were invited to experience Little Hay Street, unofficially known as ‘Electric Treat Street’. Little Hay Street, located in the Darling Square precinct, is a neon-lit laneway…

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…

HOME Sydney Festival

‘HOME’ – a kinetic display of absurdism at Sydney Festival

Geoff Sobelle — a theatrical artist, creator and illusionist behind Sydney Festival’s HOME – knows what your ultimate dream is. But don’t you worry, he won’t confront you about it. Instead, he might make you revisit an almost forgotten one. HOME…