Wednesday, January 17, 2018

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Australian premiere of ‘Valley’ at Riverside Theatres

PRESS RELEASE: From 15th to 17th February, FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres will present the Australian premiere of Valley, a powerful dance performance by Israeli choreographer Omer Backley-Astrachan. Dark and enchanting, Valley is set...

Theatre Now Review: Briefs: Close Encounters

Sell your child, your car, your avocados - anything and everything - to see this show. The Briefs boys are back after a triumphant run at last year’s Sydney Festival and, subsequently, around the globe....

Theatre Now Review: Riot

Part circus, part cabaret and all Irish charm, Riot comes all the way from Ireland for this year’s Sydney Festival. It’s a variety show, with singers, comedians, an acrobat and a poet. And, of...

Chatswood Musical Society makes historic name change to North Shore Theatre Company

PRESS RELEASE: After 66 years as one of Sydney’s longest running musical theatre companies, Chatswood Musical Society has changed its name to North Shore Theatre Company effective 1 January 2018. With 145 productions since 1951,...

Media Release: Australia Council’s latest funding round supports close to 200 projects, with strong...

MEDIA Release Thursday 11th January 2018 Australia Council’s latest funding round supports close to 200 projects, with strong success by female artists The Australia Council for the Arts has today announced the latest recipients of project and...

Theatre Now Review: Darlinghurst Nights

Darlinghurst. Or Darlo. Any Sydneysider immediately thinks of the seedy underside of Sydney, full of personalities; poor and rich, criminal and respectable, landlord and tenant, families and singles, artists and businessmen. Sly grog and...

Theatre Now Review: Whist

The world of Virtual Reality isn’t one I’ve spent a lot of time in, which is why the Australian premiere of Whist at the Sydney Festival was so intriguing. One of the floors in a...

Blind Tasting Comes Back To Where It All Began

PRESS RELEASE: Subtlenuance and Sylvia Keays did the very first performance of Blind Tasting at 505, before taking the show to Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne Fringe, Canberra Street Theatre, Ensemble Theatre and vineyards throughout Australia. We...

Eternity Theatre’s An Act Of God

Darlinghurst Theatre Company is proud to produce the Australian premiere of the smash hit broadway comedy by David Javerbaum An Act of God, starring three-time Helpmann Award winning actor, Mitchell Butel. Part chat show, part...

New Production of The Time Machine Announced

MEDIA RELEASE   NEW PRODUCTION OF THE TIME MACHINE TRAVELS TO SYDNEY IN 2018 Before Dr Who and Back to the Future there was THE TIME MACHINE A brand-new production of THE TIME MACHINE will be staged...

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Theatre Now Review: Three In The Bed

Birdie Productions' began producing musicals at Bankstown's Bryan Brown Theatre in 2015 with Hot Show Shuffle and have set themselves up as a leading...

Theatre Now Review: Green Day’s American Idiot

When Green Day released the rock opera album, American Idiot in 2004 it was a response to their frustration at a post 9/11 world...

Australian premiere of ‘Valley’ at Riverside Theatres

PRESS RELEASE: From 15th to 17th February, FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres will present the Australian premiere of Valley, a powerful dance performance...

Theatre Now Review: Briefs: Close Encounters

Sell your child, your car, your avocados - anything and everything - to see this show. The Briefs boys are back after a triumphant run...

Theatre Now Review: Riot

Part circus, part cabaret and all Irish charm, Riot comes all the way from Ireland for this year’s Sydney Festival. It’s a variety show,...

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