Christina Donoghue

Christina is a freelance writer and multidisciplinary artist. The 2021 Program Officer for The Writing Zone and a junior editor at the Sydney Review of Books. She is the Associate Producer at WestWords and the founder of Writing Black Australia, an online platform for the amplification of Black Australian Literary Work. A graduate of the UOW Creative Writing Program, her area of research is in framing the African diasporic voice of contemporary Australian literature.

Christina's Latest Articles

Girls in Boys' Cars. Image is two young women, one with shoulder length hair grinning and wearing a blue short sleeved shirt and the other looking off to the right in sunglasses and headscarf. They are seated behind a block, representing a car.

Theatre review: Girls in Boys' Cars, National Theatre of Parramatta

Two young women on a road trip in Western Sydney. What could possibly go wrong?


Theatre review: Benefactors, Ensemble Theatre

Though well-executed, this play set in the 1960s, is dated and does not grapple with the modern housing crisis.


Theatre review: Jellyfish, New Theatre

Jellyfish poses a question, what does self-determination mean in practice?


Dance review: Yuldea, Sydney Opera House

The clash of traditional Indigenous life and atomic testing at Maralinga.


Theatre review: Scenes From the Climate Era, Belvoir St Theatre

A play comprising 65 short scenes explores likely climate era possibilities.


Exhibition review: Vivienne Binns: On and through the Surface

A celebratory survey spanning 60 years of a provocative and feminist artist.


Exhibition review: Parallel Landscapes, Bundanon

A showcase of three exhibitions that reflect the Shoalhaven environment and the Australian bush.


Circus review: Peepshow, Circa

An experimental tone is struck in this visual spectacle.


Theatre review: Nearer the Gods, Ensemble

A squabble between scientific giants makes for entertaining theatre.


Comedy review: The Distraction, Umbilical Brothers

The Brothers are back and this time there's a mighty big screen highlighting their antics.

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