Patch Theatre’s Adelaide Festival show is a gorgeous affair from start to finish - an invitation to open our hearts fully to life’s delicious possibilities.
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.
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. ★★★★
Part of a suite of three comedic plays being presented by actor, writer and 'science communicator' John Hinton, 'Origin of Species' is a thoroughly entertaining romp about Charles Darwin’s scientific discoveries, writes Jo Vabolis. ★★★★
Molly Taylor's 'Love Letters to the Public Transport System' is an emotional and engaging hour of storytelling that reminds us to celebrate unexpected encounters and everyday experiences, writes reviewer Jo Vabolis. ★★★★