In their new book, Robyn Dalton and Laura Ginters chronicle a generation at Sydney University which arguably had a bigger influence on Australian cultural life than any single group before or since.
A magical piece of storytelling that holds you spellbound from start to finish.
With the orchestra’s lease at Circular Quay ending in December and delays to new studios in Pier 2/3, the orchestra will have to find a new home in 2020.
The acclaimed British actor, best known for her Hamlet, will appear with Sydney Theatre Company in August.
Melbourne’s yearly awards ceremony for the performing arts celebrates 2018's outstanding achievements.
Two productions share the award for Best Mainstage Production, while the Matilda Awards introduce the winner of the first Emerging Female Leader Award.
Gulliver upside down and inside out – a Lilliputian tale with a big heart.
Games by Henry Naylor is a powerful intrigue based on a true story.
Queensland Theatre opens its 2019 season with an unforgettable production of Arthur Miller’s award-winning classic.
A zany, satirical take on the Victorian gothic romance, with overt nods to the Brontë sisters.
This comedy about an inept amateur production feels a bit predictable, but there’s still fun to be had along the way.
Nakkiah Lui takes a swing at Australian politics in a wildly funny satire that out-Canberras Canberra.
Kate Mulvany's adaptation places both queens centre stage, providing an excavation of their shared humanity and grave shortcomings.