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Tyran Parke

Tyran Parke

Music / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A bold and unusual collection

The Exquisite Hour

The Exquisite Hour

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A once in a lifetime experience

360

360

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Sydney Dance Company is alive and well

Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni

Music / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Go the girls!

The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
This really is most fraffly entertaining

Valley Song

Valley Song

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Valley Song is more meditation and elegy than overtly political

Waiting For Garnaut

Waiting For Garnaut

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Its as good a night out as youd get without excess alcopops

Gallipoli

Gallipoli

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Gallipoli is a production of which the STC must be proud

Age of Consent

Age of Consent

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Age of Consent is not a scandal, it is a profoundly moral play.

VX18504

VX18504

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Its a happy thing to be in their company for an evening

Scorched

Scorched

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Scorched is immensely rewarding if you like your stories rich and raw

Cirque du Soleil - Dralion

Cirque du Soleil - Dralion

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
The magic has gone ... cheesy

An Oak Tree

An Oak Tree

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
You wont have a clue what to expect!

McReele

McReele

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Amazing, best play of the century.

My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Its reely luvverly an ats ve troof

Poster Girl

Poster Girl

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Ambitious, clever and often funny and sharp

LOVEBites

LOVEBites

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
An exhilarating night out

Altar Boyz

Altar Boyz

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A mind-boggling panoply of mixed messages

And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little

And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A night of fun and fine roles for women

Hamlet

Hamlet

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Brendan Cowell and Colin Moody are the toxic heart and soul of Marion Pottss remarkable production.

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