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Packer and Sons: Review

Packer and Sons is the latest offering by playwright Tommy Murphy with most notable work behind Mark Colvin’s Kidney and ...
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School of Rock The Musical: Review

Stick it to the man! With talented kids playing musical instruments, singing, dancing and displaying the great energy that only ...
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H.M.S. Pinafore, Hayes Theatre: Review

You might think of Gilbert and Sullivan as a little camp. But the Hayes dialled it up a notch or ...
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Choir of Man: Review

What do you get when you mix beer, a pub, nine young guys and a few musical instruments? The Choir ...
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Billy Elliot the Musical: Review

“I don’t want a childhood. I want to be a ballet dancer.” Many of the audience at Billy Elliot the ...
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The Wharf Revue 2019: Review

The Wharf Revue 2019 started its run late this year, playing in Sydney near the beginning of its tour. The ...
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The Real Thing: Review

The Real Thing is about love – real love, lasting love, commitment versus a daily bargain, different lovers and taking ...
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Top Four Musicals Coming From London

Hamilton Lin-Manuel Miranda’s masterpiece Hamilton has won all the awards, it has been playing to sold-out houses in New York ...
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Queen Forever: Review

The Show Must Go On and Under Pressure, they still are the champions. Rami Malek captured Freddie Mercury so perfectly ...
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Life of Galileo: Review

The world doesn’t revolve around us anymore. Life of Galileo is a worthy choice by Belvoir for this season. Brecht’s plays ...
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The Torrents: Review

Written in 1955, set in the late 1890s, The Torrents is a gem from award-winning playwright and feminist writer (intentionally ...
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Catch Me If You Can, The Musical: Review

Catch it if you can. From the moment the curtain falls, and before we really embark on the ride of ...
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Meet living history at the Sydney Jewish Museum

Teaching our younger generations the real lessons of the past. A 98-year-old man giving regular talks about his experience living ...
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Tribute bands becoming big business Bjorn Again, Queen Forever, Ziggy ...

Sydney is enjoying a plethora of tribute acts at the moment from Abba, Queen, Elton, Bowie to the older Etta ...
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Muriel’s Wedding The Musical: Review

I do I do I do I do love Muriel’s Wedding the Musical. This musical is for all of us ...
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The Dismissal: Review

On November 11, 1975, the Governor General sacked Australia’s elected Prime Minister. Protests were held outside Parliament House, Labor’s True ...
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Made to Measure: Review

Balancing the scales for the big day. I’ve had my own adventures in couture lately, and on a visit to ...
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The Gospel According to Paul: Review

The Gospel According to Paul: perfectly titled, perfectly acted, and cleverly scripted. There are moments where you are unclear whether ...
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Yma Sumac – The Peruvian Songbird: Review

Yma Sumac’s voice should be familiar  through sampling a wide range of songs. From The Black Eyed Peas’ “Hands Up”, ...
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Mosquitoes: Review

The third play of English playwright Lucy Kirkwood, Mosquitoes, has been performed by Sydney Theatre Company in the past three ...
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The Miser: Review

Dressed in a palette of gelato colours – sweet pastels and pleasant designs – The Miser is an inoffensive romp ...
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Saturday Night Fever: Review

Saturday Night Fever starts with an explosive version of Stayin’ Alive – all disco dancing and singing – at the ...
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The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race: Review

This is a story about women, by a woman, for women, but accessible to everyone. The playwright is a woman, ...
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Every Brilliant Thing: Review

I have reservations about one-woman and one-man shows. It’s hard to hold an audience’s focus, maintain the plot and developments ...