Inspired by a childhood growing up idolising Indiana Jones and Wolverine, though never the women that starred alongside them, Rowena Hutson’s show Strong Female Character examines the problematic relationships we have with the flawed male leads and their forgettable female counterparts. Ahead of her run at the Brisbane Comedy Festival, Rowena spoke to the AU Review about the show, and hints at what we can expect from this diverse and energetic performer.... Read More | Share it now!
The All About Women festival which just occurred over the weekend at the Sydney Opera House featured so many interesting talks, insights and performances that make us think about the progression of women have made within society either here or around the world. One of the artists who have come from lands for the festival far away is Brian Lobel.... Read More | Share it now!
Vitesse has had many ballet lovers interested in what ballet can be defined as. With many defining the performance as intense, the production looks to be a daring dance that breaks away from traditional ideas of what ballet is. The music accompanying dancers on stage is a mix of pulsating electronica, swirling penetrating soundtracks and unnerving eeriness, making for a particularly intriguing night in either the Arts Centre Melbourne or Sydney Opera House.... Read More | Share it now!
Following a successful run earlier this year, the musical comedy Little Shop of Horrors will return to Sydney for an encore season this July. The return season will be staged at the Roslyn Packer Theatre in Sydney from 18 July to 31 July. It stars Brent Hill and Esther Hannaford who also played Ann Darrow in King Kong, Bonnie Mae in Miracle City and Penny in Hairspray.... Read More | Share it now!
Sid, Manny, Diego, Scrat, Ellie, Peaches and all our other favourite glacial buddies from Ice Age will be coming to life on actual ice this month when Ice Age Live! starts its tour down under! We caught up with one of the talented skaters of the show, Vicki Usherwood, ahead of the tour to discuss the show, skating and visiting Australia.... Read More | Share it now!
The inaugural Rock & Roll Writers Festival takes over Brisbane’s Brightside on the first weekend of April. With events staggered across the two days, you won’t have to miss a single moment of the action, but just in case you need a beer break in between all the sex, drugs, and rock and roll, here’s our take on the panels you’d be mad to miss!... Read More | Share it now!
Cirque du Soleil returns to Australia for its eighth Big Top tour with a sparkling homage to the traditions of circus in KOOZA. The show takes us back to the fundamental human elements of circus combining thrilling acrobatic performance with the art of clowning. In a comic kingdom of eccentric characters, electrifying thrills and out-of-the-box surprises, we whiten the journey of self-discovery of The Innocent.... Read More | Share it now!
Within the walls or galleries, or on the open streets, there is much to go and see during Art Month Sydney for 2016 (aka the majority of March). You can go check out the program at their website, but here are our picks of the festival which will enlighten and even entertain.... Read More | Share it now!