The Song Company delves deep into the Eton Choirbook in vibrant performances with an edge of danger.
Solar-powered launch to Haydn specialists' season complete with birdsong.
WA Ballet’s annual season of contemporary short works offers interesting ideas but lacks sophistication.
Kate Mulvany's adaptation places both queens centre stage, providing an excavation of their shared humanity and grave shortcomings.
A musical Russian arc from a modern English maestro.
WASO's 2019 season gets off to a fun, flying start.
A spectacle of visual design and unspoken storytelling.
A splendid start to the season, with storytelling at the forefront.
The SSO goes wild in a festive season opening gala to mark the start of David Robertson's final year.
An immersive dance-theatre work filled with drama and intrigue.
The indomitable Miriam Margolyes shines as the real-life vagrant who lived in playwright Alan Bennett’s front yard for 15 years.
Geraldine Hakewill is heartbreaking as LV, with Caroline O’Connor in fine form as her bulldozer of a mother.
A rich portrait of a girls’ indoor soccer team that captures all the awkwardness, pain and joy of soon to be shed adolescence.