The Gospel according to Paul – final term


Australia’s master of political satire, Jonathan Biggins is Paul Keating — visionary, reformer and rabble-rouser. Due to popular demand, this unmissable one-man comedy is returning to The Playhouse at Sydney Opera House for a final term following a critically acclaimed sell-out season. In a hilarious, insightful and poignant portrayal of […]

The Willow


My association with Willows began when, as a young child, about six years old, I discovered the story ‘Wind in the Willows’ by Kenneth Grahame. I was fascinated by the adventures of Toad, or should I say misadventures. I had read the tale several times, seen a movie and enjoyed it each time.

Bangarra at The Art House


From the incomparable storytellers of Bangarra Dance Theatre comes Frances Rings’ first work as Artistic Director. It is a ceremonial affirmation of history and heritage. Yuldea awakens the earth and sky worlds to tell the story of the Aṉangu people of the Great Victorian Desert. 

Exhibition showcases 60 years of underwater pioneering


We think we’re so unique. We’re not. I think nature might’ve made a mistake with the human race. We don’t embrace what she offers. We harvest it. We take it for granted, and we don’t replace it. When you look at it that way, we’re not a very nice animal. I’m one of them, so that’s how it is. We are destroying the planet that supports us.

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