Tanja Liedtke’s innovative work construct is a magnificent dance that will appeal to do-it-yourself builders, anyone in a relationship and dance lovers: it is a night of comedy, mayhem, sensitivity, hope and heartbreak.
State Theatre's new play seeks to tackle issues of wealth and privilege, but its message becomes muddled amid the melodrama, writes reviewer Greg Elliott.
John Hurt plays a terminally ill screenwriter living in a sumptuous Portuguese villa and estranged from his son in this British Film Festival movie, one of the veteran actor's last roles before he died earlier this year following a long battle with cancer.
Director David Lampard's State Opera production of the Strauss operetta Die Fledermaus is set in Beverly Hills, where the characters are busting to get to a celebrity party thrown by a Hollywood producer.
Rising is an evening of four exhilarating dances performed by Aakash Odedra which fuse traditional Indian and contemporary dance while exploring the possibilities of movement, lighting and technology.
With its beautiful juxtaposition of comedy and drama, this epic Singaporean play celebrates cultural and gender diversity in a wonderful performance full of colour, surprise, tenderness and community.