Tag: theatre

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…

Fangirls hysteria hits the Sydney Opera House

Boy band hysteria reaches new heights in Yve Blake’s Fangirls currently playing in the Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House. We’re familiar with Beatlemania, the Boy Band craze of the 90’s and even more recently Directioners and Beliebers, but sometimes obsessed…

Stay Woke: Are you woke or not woke enough?

Fractured sibling relationships are nothing new to the theatre (hums Go Go Go Joseph). Still, the sibling rivalry explored in Stay Woke, playing at the Darlinghurst Theatre Company until 17 April,  takes these broken familial bonds to a whole new…

North by Northwest – Hitchcock comes to Sydney

Australians, we are a bloody talented bunch and North by Northwest currently playing at the Sydney Lyric Theatre is a prime example of that talent. If you have been following my reviews, you know that I’m quite outspoken about the…