Theatre

Theatre – TickTickBoom

 

· Tuesday, October 16, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

A moving story of living with death and the importance of friendship, TickTickBoom won the Silver Gull Award from Sydney-based company subtlenuance in 2015.

Theatre – Ear to the Edge of Time

 

· Tuesday, October 16, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

In Ear to the Edge of Time Alana Valentine creates a mileau in the complex world of astrophysics, and deploys it to investigate the multi-layered nature of human endeavour.

Theatre – An Enemy of the People

 

· Sunday, October 14, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

Melissa Reeves’ “brand-new version” of Ibsen’s play, written in 1882, brings An Enemy of the People right into the moment.

Theatre – Potted Potter

 

· Wednesday, September 26, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

First seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2006, Potted Potter: The Unauthorised Harry Experience – A Parody by Dan and Jeff has since toured internationally for a decade. This immensely popular show is back in Australia by magical demand having previously performed here in 2012 and 2014.

Theatre – Women in Australia: Stories of Courage

 

· Tuesday, September 18, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

As part of Sydney Fringe 2018 Peach Productions presents a collection of eight new short plays written and directed by women of diverse backgrounds.

Le Dernier Appel

 

· Tuesday, September 18, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

The dynamic Le Dernier Appel (The Last Cry) is set against the backdrop of New Caledonia’s forthcoming referendum, which will determine whether the one-time penal colony becomes independent of France.

Theatre – Macbeth

 

· Friday, August 31, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

Macbeth is a very “blokey” play despite the infamous Lady Macbeth, and the title character is a stereotypical bloke for whom action is more natural than talking.

Theatre – Le Dernier Appel

 

· Wednesday, August 22, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

The dynamic Le Dernier Appel (The Last Cry) is set against the backdrop of New Caledonia’s forthcoming referendum which will determine whether the one-time penal colony becomes independent of France. Holding approximately a quarter of the world’s nickel deposits, New Caledonia has a prosperous economy, however, the indigenous Kanaks are subject to economic exploitation and social discrimination.

Theatre – A Taste of Honey

 

· Friday, August 3, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

Written by a 19 year-old Shelagh Delaney, set in working class Britain and first produced in 1958, how relevant is A Taste of Honey to a Sydney audience in 2018? Its central interests – were challenging in its time.

Theatre – The Diary of a Wombat

 

· Wednesday, July 18, 2018 · Leave a Comment 

 

The Diary of a Wombat is about looking at things from a different point of view.