Extra performance: Andrew O’Keefe in Glorious Mud

Andrew O'Keefe and Glenn Amer, performing together in Glorious Mud!

Glorious Mud!, a tribute to the 50’s British satirists Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, has proved so popular that an extra show has been scheduled. Starring television personality Andrew O’Keefe and entertainer Glenn Amer, the 3pm performance at Mosman Art Gallery this Sunday May 31 is completely sold out, with no seats left…

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Australian actor Bob Hornery passes away

Bob Hornery

Much loved and respected Australian actor Bob Hornery has passed away yesterday with his daughter Jane Goodman and friend Richard Piper at his side.  Working in both the UK and Australia, Bob’s distinguished career spanned stage, TV and film. Among his many stage credits are A Funny Thing Happened on the…

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Aphids: A Singular Phenomenon

A Singular Phenomenon

What do a dorky high school band, two bagpipers, 50 gingham tablecloths, Bart Simpson, a watermelon, a Prince Albert piercing, and an ungodly amount of spaghetti alla chitarrahave in common? Enter: Aphids, with their new audience-interactive spectacular, A Singular Phenomenon, appearing for a very limited season (only three performances) at…

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Ned, A new Australian Musical

Ned, A New Australian Musical. Photo by Kerry Brown.

Ned (A New Australian Musical) opened on Friday night at the new Ulumbarra Theatre in Bendigo. The choice of opening show was inspired: a musical about a story that infuses Australian identity and culture. The choice to open with an untried new work was a risk. It hasn’t paid off. Ned tries so hard to be…

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Review: The Merchant of Venice — Sport for Jove

Sport for Jove's The Merchant of Venice

There’s a reason that Sport for Jove have so thoroughly caught the eye of critics and audiences in Sydney. Their fresh, open-hearted, contemporary approach to classics (largely Shakespeare) is appealingly unpretentious and intelligent without being stifling. The Merchant of Venice is their latest production, playing upstairs at the Seymour Centre,…

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