Australian iconic group by Denis Surmon joined The Beggars for this tribute to The Seekers, covering many instantly-recognisable songs.
If the content does not deter you, and there are some whose dispositions might not cope, this is an example of fine acting in very difficult roles and well worth seeing for the performances and complex characterisations.
The famous ‘memory play’, written by ‘Tennessee’ Williams, is getting another outing under the direction of Artistic Director, Adam Cook. Cook is going out on a triumphal high note with this production.
This is a rare chance to see this once controversial, powerful, landmark play, and when better than in the 100th year since White's birth and just past the half century since the play was first produced.
Make sure that you get to see this production while you can. It is a moving and powerful celebration of love in a production filled with marvellous performances.
Brink’s world premiere of Sydney writer, Matthew Whittet’s, latest play got off to a fine start, with director, Chris Drummond’s, usual firm hand, clear vision and attention to detail in evidence.
In the depths of winter, carny folk don’t hibernate; they trawl the countryside, looking for heaters to warm their hands, lest their fingerpicking be rendered slower than is required. This year, they have stumbled across the Waterside Workers Hall, where they will entertain the masses who gather for their weird and intoxicating musicianship...
A terrific show filled with songs about, or related to fairgrounds, carnivals and circuses.
Lisa Flanagan gives a warm and sensitive performance as she tells the stories of major events through the remembrances of friends and family members.