Cabaret sensation Amelia Ryan is returning to both Melbourne and Sydney for one night only with her critically acclaimed show A Storm in a D Cup – a dazzling tale of disaster with dysfunction at every turn.
POSTED ON // Wednesday, 01 July 2015
Written by // Cec Busby
The AICE Israeli Film Festival has announced its 2015 programme, featuring 35 titles across six categories, screening in four cities from August 17 – 30 at Palace Cinemas in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Perth.
Opening at the Malthouse on July 18, I Am a Miracle takes a timely and hard-hitting look at oppression and the miscarriage of justice throughout the ages, raising the question in light of recent events – does history repeat itself?
Revered cabaret house Finucane and Smith have been performing Glory Box to packed houses for over 10 years. But, due to their ever increasing international commitments, they will soon embark on their last season in Melbourne for many years.
Legends is a guilty pleasure. This show is about pure entertainment. Its aim is to pull back the red curtain on a world where bad behaviour makes for some good laughs. There is no getting around it. It’s not a great play. But it is a frothy, flashy vehicle for two terrific actors, and half the fun is being in the same room as them.
One of Britain’s most prolific artists, Ryan Gander is known for creating playful, engaging works in a range of mediums, from installation, sculptures and photographs to performative lectures, publications, inventions and interventions.