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Faith Healer is the first in a trio of plays by Irish playwright Brian Friel, being performed by the Gate Theatre Dublin at NIDA’s Parade Theatre.
This Sydney Festival, children’s imaginations will be stretched far beyond oversized bananas and highly strung presenters. So too it seems, will the imaginations of adults.
This production, a co-presentation between Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Festival, and Perth International Arts Festival, is just one of the several shows currently playing that require a huge time commitment from its audience.
Lipsynch, directed by Robert Lepage, is showing as part of the Sydney Festival. Arts Hub Reviewer Boris Kelly says it is impossible to think of a production of the scope, vision and technical artistry of Lipsynch being produced in Australia.
It has been more than a decade since Simon Gallagher’s production of The Mikado has played Adelaide.
Silvio Soldini’s film Days and Clouds takes the audience on a journey which mirrors the experiences that many people are facing at the moment – loss of income resulting in relationship problems and struggles with self esteem and identity.
Following the successful season of Dorothy Hewett’s The Chapel Perilous at La Mama in 2007, this group of independent artists come together again as Perilous Productions to present Golden Valley
Continuing his professional sabbatical from his once beloved Big Apple, cinema’s busiest septuagenarian, Allen Konigsberg (that’s Woody Allen to you and I) delivers a zesty and picturesque summer diversion with the surprisingly fiery Spanish postcard, Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
How can a dramatised retread of a real-life story whose outcome is as fixed as the sinking of the Titanic circumvent the expectations of audience know-alls to arrive as one of the most surprising films of the year?
The Witches, running at the New Theatre until 24 January, is based on the much-loved children’s novel of the same name, written by Roald Dahl.
Sydney Festival burst into life on Saturday 10 January 2009 with a mass celebration all over the city, including Cat Empire and Grace Jones centre stage.
Being Harold Pinter has a rather eclectic international flavour: inspired by a British playwright, performed in Sydney, in Belarusian and Russian, with English subtitles. It's an ambitious piece of work from the dynamic Belarus Free Theatre.
It's standing room only for this astonishing performance by Le Grand Cirque, returning after a sellout season last year with a
production entitled 'Aerial Dreams'.
Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom's script, 'Tuesdays With Morrie', must be among the best recent American scripts for two actors. It's hard to beat a story with this much humanity, humour, and wisdom.
Waltz with Bashir is an animated documentary about memory and the way it can be suppressed to protect a person from the pain of the past.
Baz Luhrmann’s new blockbuster is an OK sort of film. It’s no masterpiece and doesn’t deserve to walk off with a haul of Academy Awards in its swag bag next February.
Secrets, confinement and isolation are the themes explored in this debut feature of French novelist Philippe Claudel.
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