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Isabella, The Play | Sat 23 May 2015

The story of Isabella Mary Kelly is unique in the history of New South Wales as she was the only single female who was a settler in her own right. 140 mots de plus


Touch. . .

— From EF —

Touch is amazingly powerful. It can’t be packaged or monetized or tweeted — you have to get the real thing, in person. 1 416 mots de plus

Theatre Review - Chiwetel Ejiofor is Everyman (National Theatre)

As someone who has always missed out on seeing the brilliantly talented Chiwetel Ejiofor on stage (now widely known after his utterly incredible performance in 12 Years A Slave), I was thrilled on hearing the news he was returning to the stage in this National Theatre production and on Saturday I attended one of the previews (press night is on Wednesday). 665 mots de plus


Udderbelly Festival: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Anyone who knows me well will be fully aware of my love of a good musical. So when I heard that cult Fringe hit, Showstopper! The Improvised Musical… 481 mots de plus


Synecdoche, New York (2008)

First published by EyeforFilm

A middle-aged man in crisis finds himself contemplating his mortality, loneliness and insignificance in a vast, indifferent universe.

These are the sort of grand existential themes that are normally associated with filmmakers from a more literate age, the Viscontis or Bergmans – but given that… 1 186 mots de plus

Inky Cloak is coming to a school or college near you …

We are currently developing a new theatre project on anti-LGBT bullying, which we’re bringing to schools and colleges this summer. Why are we doing this? Because thinking and talking about LGBT issues in classrooms is a necessity. 120 mots de plus


North Fulton Drama Club to Present Final Production, Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

The final chapter has been written for the North Fulton Drama Club and it reads as William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.

Known for their unique takes on Shakespeare’s work, the NFDC will be presenting their last production with the usual flair, moving one Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies out of England to the heart of Southeast Asia, May 1-16, 2015. 47 mots de plus