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S-27

S-27

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Short, sharp and memorable

BLISS

BLISS

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Yes, it really is Bliss!

STOCKHOLM

STOCKHOLM

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
The edible woman and the credible man

MORE BLISS

MORE BLISS

Theatre / News / By Diana Simmonds
Lunch with Pete and Chezza

King Lear

King Lear

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A significant and satisfying milestone in Bell history

MEOW MEOW

MEOW MEOW

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Narcissus never smelled so sweet

THE BACKSTAGE CAT SEZ

THE BACKSTAGE CAT SEZ

Theatre / News / By Puss in Boots
All the news that's fit to whisper

Judi Connelli at the Civic

Judi Connelli at the Civic

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
A love letter to a great artist

NINETY

NINETY

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Laughter is the best medicine

LIZA ON AN E

LIZA ON AN E

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
He skewers his subject with satirical humour and honesty

THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE

THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
An exceptionally nice night’s entertainment

Orestes 2.0

Orestes 2.0

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
We are the world, we are the people

THAT FACE

THAT FACE

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
They f**k you up, your mum and dad.

SPRING AWAKENING

SPRING AWAKENING

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Big Mac theatre: very popular but so what

TONY SHELDON! O FRABJOUS DAY!

TONY SHELDON! O FRABJOUS DAY!

Theatre / News / By Diana Simmonds
Bernadette scores Olivier nom

SYDNEY FESTIVAL – SMOKE & MIRRORS

SYDNEY FESTIVAL – SMOKE & MIRRORS

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Random acts of genius and two ducks

Sydney Festival - The Fence

Sydney Festival - The Fence

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Reality without the bite

SYDNEY FESTIVAL - OPTIMISM

SYDNEY FESTIVAL - OPTIMISM

Theatre / Review / By Diana Simmonds
Optimism is not to be mistaken for hope

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