Archive for the ‘Culture / Live reviews’ Category

We’re used to horror in movies and on TV – but this is truly terrifying

Wednesday, June 12th, 2024

Ian Michael’s production takes us deep into the nightmare of Jane Harrison’s acclaimed play, Stolen.

We’re used to horror in movies and on TV – but this is truly terrifying

Wednesday, June 12th, 2024

Ian Michael’s production takes us deep into the nightmare of Jane Harrison’s acclaimed play, Stolen.

It took spending the night to truly fall in love with Arts Centre Melbourne

Sunday, June 9th, 2024

An intensive, eight-hour work of theatre that spills into the early hours offers a look at Arts Centre Melbourne as you’ve never seen it before.

It took spending the night to truly fall in love with Arts Centre Melbourne

Sunday, June 9th, 2024

An intensive, eight-hour work of theatre that spills into the early hours offers a look at Arts Centre Melbourne as you’ve never seen it before.

Cameraman and a random seagull are the stars of this love letter to the Opera House

Thursday, June 6th, 2024

Benjamin Millepied choreographs for the camera in his Romeo & Juliet Suite.

Cameraman and a random seagull are the stars of this love letter to the Opera House

Thursday, June 6th, 2024

Benjamin Millepied choreographs for the camera in his Romeo & Juliet Suite.

One of Melbourne’s most underrated bands return home and blow off the roof

Wednesday, June 5th, 2024

At first, indie duo Good Morning and the Melbourne Recital Centre seemed like an unusual match. But then the music started.

One of Melbourne’s most underrated bands return home and blow off the roof

Wednesday, June 5th, 2024

At first, indie duo Good Morning and the Melbourne Recital Centre seemed like an unusual match. But then the music started.

It’s a gas! Laughs and gasps fill the Regal for this smart update of a classic play

Monday, June 3rd, 2024

A clever and subtle reworking of Patrick Hamilton’s 1938 psychological thriller that gave us the term gaslighting makes for an entertaining night of theatre.

Joy, humour and hurt collide in this profoundly human story

Sunday, June 2nd, 2024

Deeply felt and searingly intelligent, Counting and Cracking has finally landed in Melbourne – and has all the makings of a modern Australian classic.