While there was a positive reaction to the City of Sydney’s alternative take on the government’s “preferred option” for the redevelopment of the Waterloo Estate, the plight of vulnerable residents remains unchanged.
What’s On Sydney
Stephanie Somerville is rehearsing for her role as Jedda in A Little Piece of Ash, written and directed by Megan Wilding of Blackie Blackie Brown fame.
The rock-fueled box office sensation Barbara and the Camp Dogs is back at the Belvoir.
Exit the King, written in 1962, is often described as the most accessible of Ionesco’s plays, and is generally read as a lament for human mortality.
Murder in the Garden, presented by Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden in association with Théâtre Excentrique and Alliance Francaise, offers the mystery-loving public the opportunity to become detectives.
Apart from the fact both films are nominated for the Oscars there’s little they have in common, apart from the hours spent in their make-up departments.
It’s not often an album resonates with you and makes you actually feel everty gorgeous lyric sung.
According to Indigenous actor Rarriwuy Hicks the spectacular new production Counting and Cracking “will look as lovely and amazing as it’s going to feel to be in it”.
For many of the couple of thousand people who attended over the day, Archie Roach’s heart-wrenching performance of “Took the Children Away” was a highlight.
Posters in the local area invited creative people to bring their works to the gallery and we were overwhelmed by the response.