Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Theatre Take Note

Theatre Now Review: Silent Night

If Comedy is all about timing, this show needs to take a breath. Whilst I believe Darlinghurst and PWA have made a brilliant choice in...

Theatre Now Review: The Sonata Project – Sonatas with Style

During the 1800s cultural matriarchs in Paris began hosting soirées with live instrumental music. Before this, instrumental music was only heard within royal courts....

Theatre Now Review: Common Anomalies

There is a large audience turnout to Form Dance Project’s opening night of Common Anomalies. The energy is excited and anticipatory as we cluster...

Theatre Now Review: Atlantis

Atlantis means different things to different people. For playwright Lally Katz, it means her childhood in suburban Miami, where the ocean meets the land. In...

On Sounds

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra Launches Breakthrough Education Series

PRESS RELEASE: Tickets are now on sale (from 1 December) for Richard Gill Presents – A Voyage of Musical Discovery, a series of Sydney concerts...

Anya by Eleanor Dixon | Saturday 9 December

Press Release A storyteller. A dreamer. A voice. Eleanor Dixon is a strong Mudburra woman from the remote Northern Territory community of Marlinja. With a passion...

Theatre Now Review: The Sonata Project – Sonatas with Style

During the 1800s cultural matriarchs in Paris began hosting soirées with live instrumental music. Before this, instrumental music was only heard within royal courts....

Neil Diamond’s 50th Anniversary Tour Coming To Australia

TEG DAINTY announced today that Neil Diamond will perform in Australia as part of his wildly successful 50 Year Anniversary Tour in March and...

On The Screen

FUN, FRIENDS AND THE HOTTEST FILMS AT MOONLIGHT CINEMA THIS SUMMER

Its that time of year again when the weather warms up, the evenings get longer and we start thinking about settling down on a...

St.George OpenAir Cinema 2018 Opening Night Revealed

Press Release Spielberg, Streep and Hanks hit the big screen on Sydney Harbour Our 2018 opening night film... Opening night at St.George OpenAir is one of Summer's...

Indigenous Films From Under The Milky Way

From 23-26 November 2017, the WINDA Film Festival returns to celebrate Indigenous films from under the Milky Way to give voice to a diverse...

Sydney Film Festival 2018 Submissions Now Open!

Entries are now open for the 65th Sydney Film Festival, returning to light up the city from 6 – 17 June 2018.   Each year, the Sydney Film...

Theatre Now Reviews

Theatre Now Review: Silent Night

If Comedy is all about timing, this show needs to take a breath. Whilst I believe Darlinghurst and PWA have made a brilliant choice in...

Theatre Now Review: The Sonata Project – Sonatas with Style

During the 1800s cultural matriarchs in Paris began hosting soirées with live instrumental music. Before this, instrumental music was only heard within royal courts....

Theatre Now Review: Common Anomalies

There is a large audience turnout to Form Dance Project’s opening night of Common Anomalies. The energy is excited and anticipatory as we cluster...

Theatre Now Review: Atlantis

Atlantis means different things to different people. For playwright Lally Katz, it means her childhood in suburban Miami, where the ocean meets the land. In...

On The Page

On The Screen Reviews

On The Town Movie Review: Stitching Palestine

The Palestinian Film Festival Australia 2017 The Palestinian Film Festival Australia is a chance to celebrate Palestinian life and culture through film, art and creativity....

On The Town Movie Review: Faces Places

Faces Places A documentary by Agnés Varda and JR Palace Cinema, Paddington. Love is the last saving grace of humanity. The storyteller’s art, documentary, allows...

Movie Review: Loving Vincent

I like films made about artists. It's as if the director takes their vision and ensures every frame is framed like art. To make...

OTT Movie Reviews: Maudie

I've noticed how more movies are being made about real people, the unsung heroes and artists are the more fascinating. This little known American...