Although being critically informed about the socio-political world is undeniably an admirable trait, Reid critiques the way ‘wokeness’ is weaponised to belittle others and secure a moral high ground.
Overall, the Euphoria House Party was thoroughly enjoyable, bringing partygoers into the show’s stylish and energetic world for one memorable night.
After a number of successful Factory Theatre appearances, Deep Heat returned to have us in seams.
Davies and Stafford should be proud of themselves and their team for creating such a painfully raw production that captures the awkwardness and difficulty of being young. Closing night is Saturday 21 May.
An indie folk band for the ages, The Dreggs take us to scenes of a country dive bar and sing of the desire to leave all your worries at the door.
Ruby takes us all to the metaphysical dentist.
In a sold out performance, Queer Revue 2022 did not disappoint with some outstanding sketches, writing, acting, score, and choreography.
The cast of the 2021 USyd Womn’s Revue took their show, ‘A Noughty New Year’, to the big stage.
The opening night of this year's POC Revue was a resounding success.
Over the weekend, Joi Murugavell’s stunning new solo exhibition lit up a hidden corner of Chippendale.