Entertainment

Jul27

Reimagining Sydney Theatre for Macbeth

POSTED ON // Sunday, 27 July 2014 Written by // Cec Busby

Reimagining Sydney Theatre for Macbeth

With Alice Babidge’s extraordinary design, the vast Sydney Theatre has been turned back to front for STC’s reinvention of Macbeth, with Hugo Weaving playing the title role. Babidge spoke to Cec Busby. 

Jul27

How the Giant Drawf is making its mark in Sydney

POSTED ON // Sunday, 27 July 2014 Written by // Garrett Bithell

How the Giant Drawf is making its mark in Sydney

SYDNEY: Launched almost six months ago by the boys from The Chaser, Giant Dwarf at 199 Cleveland Street Redfern – the old home of Performance Space – has become a platform for a wild and diverse line-up of events, writes Garrett Bithell. 

Jul26

Review: A Doll's House

POSTED ON // Saturday, 26 July 2014 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: A Doll's House

Adam Cook’s adaptation of A Doll’s House brings back the bustle.

Jul23

A sneak peek at the queer offerings of Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

POSTED ON // Wednesday, 23 July 2014 Written by // Rachel Cook

A sneak peek at the queer offerings of Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

We take a look at what the Melbourne International Film Festival has in store for the LGBTI community.

Jul22

Challenging gender norms with No Pants No Problem

POSTED ON // Tuesday, 22 July 2014 Written by // Rachel Cook

Challenging gender norms with No Pants No Problem

We chat with the woman behind the No Pants No Problem parties as she touches down in Australia for the Melbourne event this month.

Jul21

New Griffin play Ugly Mugs confronts sex work and violence head on

POSTED ON // Monday, 21 July 2014 Written by // Garrett Bithell

New Griffin play Ugly Mugs confronts sex work and violence head on

Taking its title from the name sex workers use for aggressive clients, Peta Brady’s Ugly Mugs emerged from a Melbourne shocked by violence against women, writes Garrett Bithell.

Jul20

Review: The Effect

POSTED ON // Sunday, 20 July 2014 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: The Effect

The Effect is a tender four-hander about the melancholic mind, the morality of medical treatments and the wonder of love.

Jul19

Queer Screen's film festival full of cinematic treats

POSTED ON // Saturday, 19 July 2014 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Queer Screen's film festival full of cinematic treats

Queer Screen's second annual film festival to be held in September will open and close with two sparkling cinematic gems. Garrett Bithell reports.