Audrey review: Tilted towards the comic mostly but still a gripping staging of Harold Pinter's simmering one-act study of assassins biding their time.
Dany Akbar directs a new production of Harold Pinter's inscrutably funny story of two hitmen waiting ... and waiting.
BrandX returns with an immersive micro-festival in which every room tells a story.
Artistic Director Richard Tognetti and the ACO reclaim Beethoven’s masterpiece The Kreutzer for George Bridgetower.
Audrey review: A work of documentary verbatim theatre woven from interviews conducted with women who served in the Vietnam War packs a solid punch.
A glittering gala of cabaret, burlesque and circus by a collective dedicated to showcasing artists of colour.
Using gaming and motion-capture technology and inspired by Shakespeare, Dream offers audiences a chance to explore the future of live performance.
Sydney Choreographic Ensemble’s Francesco Ventriglia presents fairytale characters as you have never seen them before.