As intriguing as it can be to unravel the unexplained, it’s equally tempting to occasionally allow a little magic into our lives. Lawrence Leung’s Very Strange Things is a show for the mystery lover, the puzzle solver and those who fall somewhere in between.
From red carpet to stage, it was sequins all the way for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival opening night Variety Gala.
Clever, engrossing and powerful, Us / Them presents a ‘child’s gaze’ perspective on the atrocity that occurred when Chechen terrorists stormed a school in Beslan and took 1200 hostages.
It would be easy to spend many hours immersed in this absorbing video gallery which provides more than just a brief connection with the lives of strangers, writes Jo Vabolis.
Bold, fresh and original, Robert Lepage’s ‘The Far Side of the Moon’ – an exploration of the complicated coming together of two middle-aged brothers following the death of their mother – is theatre at its finest, writes Jo Vabolis.
An intense, emotion-charged atmosphere is created in this experimental theatre show which explores the topic of immigration through the experiences of a pair of Middle Eastern women caught between two worlds. ★★★★