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Saturday 20 February 2016
Arts Theatre

the punter’s siren: review

Bridget Conway
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Blancmange Productions has done it again with their 2016 season opener The Punter’s Siren, on now until March 5th at The World Bar in Sydney. The play is short, sweet, and to the point, and is accompanied by nothing more than simplistic staging, talented performances, and some of the most refreshing and wittiest play writing…
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Thursday 18 February 2016
Arts Theatre

all my love: review

Bridget Conway
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We can all relate to the struggle that teachers go through when they try to teach history. Things that have happened in the past can often be a bore and leave students feeling uninspired. So, when you set out to create a “period piece” of sorts i.e. a history lesson presented on the live theatre…
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Friday 26 October 2012
Arts Featured

theatre review: ‘orlando’

Grace Carroll
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Tense, humorous, salacious and surreal. These words all ran through my head after seeing the Rabble’s Orlando at the Malthouse Theatre last week.  Presented in association with the Melbourne Festival and Helium Productions, this adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s classic novel Orlando: A Biography (1928) is a visceral contemporary piece of theatre that expresses the unsettled…
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