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SYDNEY FESTIVAL - BURIED CITY

SYDNEY FESTIVAL - BURIED CITY

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
What did I ever do to deserve this?

SYDNEY FESTIVAL - I AM EORA

SYDNEY FESTIVAL - I AM EORA

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Dynamic, provocative and a huge leap forward

THE MAGIC FLUTE

THE MAGIC FLUTE

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A beautiful and captivating version of Mozart's pop fave

ANNIE

ANNIE

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A Depression-buster and the perfect start to 2012

LIVE ON ABCE 2: DEBT DEFYING ACTS! THE WHARF REVUE

LIVE ON ABCE 2: DEBT DEFYING ACTS! THE WHARF REVUE

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Christmas Eve is the time to be merry - with Phil and Jon and Drewe and Amanda. You'll love it.

NOTHING PERSONAL

NOTHING PERSONAL

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Bitter-sweet story of ... lives not turning out quite the way they do in novels

AS YOU LIKE IT

AS YOU LIKE IT

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
"How bitter a thing it is to look into happiness through another man's eyes!"

RICHARD III

RICHARD III

Theatre / Review / By Diana SImmonds
Earplugs, earplugs, my kingdom for some earplugs

THE UGLY ONE

THE UGLY ONE

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Be careful what you wish for

ETIQUETTE - AS YOU LIKE IT

ETIQUETTE - AS YOU LIKE IT

Theatre / Feature / By Diana Simmonds
How to get your head ripped off by being really really trying

GROSS UND KLEIN (BIG AND SMALL)

GROSS UND KLEIN (BIG AND SMALL)

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Lotte's predicament is very funny – thanks to the extraordinary performance of the extraordinary Blanchett

THE WHARF REVUE – DEBT DEFYING ACTS!

THE WHARF REVUE – DEBT DEFYING ACTS!

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Satire and lampoon are the order of the evening and the Revue is an equal opportunity ridiculer

NO MAN'S LAND

NO MAN'S LAND

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Looking for answers is not the point; but the questions raised in your own mind probably is.

THE DARK ROOM

THE DARK ROOM

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Beautifully acted and directed, inspiringly well written and perversely entertaining.

JULIUS CAESAR

JULIUS CAESAR

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
It's a memorable and fierce partnership

JUDITH

JUDITH

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A short, sharp and fascinating examination of sex and power

THIS YEAR'S ASHES

THIS YEAR'S ASHES

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A lot of laughs and uncommon emotional truth

KURSK

KURSK

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
An enthralling and deeply fascinating glimpse into a way of life

BLOODLAND

BLOODLAND

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Alienation could be the point, hard to tell.

SUMMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH DOLL

SUMMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH DOLL

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A reminder of how and why theatre is our lifeblood and cultural oxygen.

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