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Giveaway: FAMILY PASS – Sydney International Ballet Gala

Win yourself a FAMILY PASS (x2 Adults, x2 Children) to the International Ballet Gala at the Sydney Coliseum. Some of the best dancers from all over the world will arrive in Sydney in July 2022 to participate in the Gala for the first time, performing excerpts from much-loved classical ballet works and highlights from the international contemporary dance repertoire – some of which will be performed in Australia for the first time. Enter now!

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Theatre Thoughts has x2 DOUBLE PASSES TO GIVE AWAY to David Campbells: Night at the Swing performance on Saturday 10th September.

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We have a Royal Episode of the Theatre Thoughts Podcast for you! 

Justin sits down with two of the Queens of SIX the Musical, Vidya Makan and Kala Gare to talk all things SIX. We discuss the score written by TONY AWARD WINNERS Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, as well as the real HERstory behind the Queens portrayed on stage.

Vidya and Kala regail us with some hilarious on stage mishaps, inspire us with what makes SIX so special and so loved, and educate us about how women and performers in the entertainment industry can find their voice and inspiration through performing.  

Joining us for an in-depth discussion on Independent Theatre are theatre makers Carly Fisher, Sonya Kerr and Dino Dimitriadis. 

Content Warning – please be advised that this episode contains references to violence,prostitution, mental health and suicide.

On this episode, we sit down in a special two part discussion, to focus on the many facets of Indpendent Theatre through two new productions, The Sweet Science of Bruising and Cleansed by Sarah Kane.


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While we can’t watch the actual awards ceremony here in Oz, you can stay updated with all the winners of this years TONY AWARDS here!


The hilarious New York and Las Vegas hit Friends! The Musical Parody comes to Sydney this week as part of its Australian tour, playing at Riverside Theatres, Paramatta from Friday 10 June until Saturday 18 June. Get your tickets now!


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To celebrate its Platinum (70th) jubilee this year the world’s longest-running play, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, is coming to Australia. Opening at Sydney’s Theatre Royal in October, it will be directed by Australian theatre icon Robyn Nevin and produced by John Frost for Crossroads Live Australia. This thrilling West End production is THE genre-defining murder mystery from the best-selling novelist of all time … case closed! Read all the details now!

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Review: Merry Wives of Windsor – New Theatre, Newtown (NSW)

One of William Shakespeare’s lesser-known plays, The Merry Wives of Windsor, is imaginatively adapted at the New Theatre with an Australian 80’s twist. Shakespeare’s setting of Windsor, England becomes the New South Wales suburban town of Windsor, Australia. Renaissance doublets have been replaced with extravagant perms and neon active wear; flagons of ale are instead VB tinnies. It makes for an entirely new reading of Shakespeare’s intricate tale of love, jealousy, and revenge. Read the full review now!


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Sydney’s first international ballet gala, the spectacular Sydney International Ballet Gala – World Stars of Ballet, will debut at West HQ’s Sydney Coliseum Theatre over two special performances on Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 July 2022. Read the full story now

Review: After Midnight, The Cabaret – Paddo RSL (NSW)

Paddo RSL explodes for a night of seductive, mind-bending dance and movement. Produced by and directed by Sydney Humphries and choreography by Humphries and Ryan Smith, After Midnight presents an energy filled night of cabaret. Read our full review now.


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The Guilty Feminist Podcast Tour hits Australia

The wait is over, on International Women’s Day, Deborah Francis-White, The Guilty Feminist announces the rescheduled tour dates from October 2021 to July 2022.   This tour needed to be rescheduled due to the covid pandemic. Book your tickets now!

ALAN CARR: Regional Trinket comes to Australia

Alan’s back on the road with a brand-new stand-up show Regional Trinket.  From the exhilarating high of his star-studded wedding day to the low of lockdown stuck on a farm, a lot has changed since Alan’s last Australian tour in 2016, including Alan.  Nowadays, it’s all about finding happiness and joy in the small things – why be a national treasure when you can be a Regional Trinket! Read all the details now!

Review: So Brave, Madeleine Stewart – Sydney Comedy Festival (NSW) 

Accompanied by a sign language interpreter, Madeline Stewart’s show So Brave, explores what it means to find love, romantic and otherwise, when the world insists that you are different. Described as your average one-handed girl looking for love in a two-handed world, Stewart’s show is thoughtful and honest.  Read the full review now.


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Review: Double Delicious – The Concourse (NSW)

What could be better than dinner and a show? Not much, I would argue, but eating dinner while you’re being told stories about what you’re eating is something extra special. Produced by Contemporary Asian Australian Performance, Double Delicious brings storytellers, music, and visual projections together and presents them in a five-course meal for the brain, heart and stomach. Read the full review now

Review: Voyage of Musical Discovery, Cultural Narratives – City Recital Hall (NSW)

Voyage of Musical Discovery, a series established and designed by the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra (ARCO), is part lecture, part demonstration and part concert. This iteration, entitled Cultural Narratives, finds connections across time from the well-known and loved music of Schubert, to Australian classical improvisers and composers William Barton and Véronique Serret. Aimed at audiences from high school students to composers looking for inspiration, this performance brings a little something extra for your brain to chew on as you listen. Read the full review now.

Review: Coil – UnWrapped at the Sydney Opera House (NSW)

“Streaming killed the video store”, and re:group performance collective are determined to pay homage to the communal space of adventure, possibility, camaraderie that was the aisles of Leading Edge or Blockbuster or the many others lost to time across Australia. Coil is an innovative and semi-autobiographical piece of “live cinema”, in which Steve Wilson-Alexander and Carly Young play themselves, and Solomon Thomas follows them with a camera to capture tiny snippets of footage that they edit together onstage and then later play together as parts of a larger film. Read the full review now.


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