Day: 3 September 2022

Film Review: Three Thousand Years of Longing is a vibrant and refreshing celebration of storytelling

September 3, 2022

When so many of the exciting new projects at the moment are TV series, it feels like a rare gift to watch a movie as bold and refreshing as Three Thousand Years of Longing. The film is the story of a ‘narratologist’ named Alithea (Tilda Swinton), who travels to Istanbul for a conference and unwittingly […]

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Theatre Review: Razor Gang Wars will immerse you in the world of Sydney’s criminal underworld

September 3, 2022

It’s a cold, dark night in Sydney. As the wind whips around St James’ Cathedral, there’s a whisper of something sinister. The shadows appear to be moving and an overwhelming sense of anticipation hangs in the air. This is Deadhouse: Tales of Sydney Morgue and we are about to step into Razor Gang Wars: The […]

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Review: Sydney Theatre Company’s A Raisin in the Sun is as urgent as ever, 65 years later.

September 3, 2022

A Raisin in the Sun was the first play in Broadway to be written by an African American woman, premiering in 1959 and starring Sidney Poitier. Sixty-five years later, it finally makes its Australian mainstage premiere, presented by Sydney Theatre Company. Three generations of Youngers live in a cramped 2-bedroom apartment on Chicago’s gritty south […]

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