Tag Archives: bAKEHOSUE Theatre Company

January 31

Pomona – The horror and beauty of the sandbox game. (Theatre Review)

Pomona Secret House in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre At KXT 24 January – 8 February You can grab your tickets here. Images Clare Hawley Please note: I attended this production as a full paying ticket holder in order to relay a complete audience member experience. I did not receive any gratuity from a publicist or […]

June 25

Trevor – a timely alternative to deterministic narratives. (Theatre Review)

Trevor Outhouse theatre with bAKEHOUSE June 14 – July 6. You can grab your tickets here. images: Clare Hawley Since the discovery of the social complexity of primate societies other than Homo sapiens, a general argument has taken hold that reduces, or fights the reduction of, the human being as if it were necessary to […]

November 20

The Serpents Teeth – A peaceful reminder of the costs of war. (Theatre Review)

The Serpents Teeth Hasemann, Ball & Radda Productions and bAKEHOUSE Theatre company 9 – 24 November. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley In recent days, French president Emmanuel Macron has called for an EU army to compliment NATO. He has been supported by the outgoing Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel who, in her […]

October 25

Two Hearts – Connecting and disconnecting in Kings Cross. (Theatre Review)

Two Hearts The Anchor theatre compaby, and bAKEHOUSE at KXT. October 19 – November 4. You can grab your tickets here. Playwright Laura Lethlean is a restive thinker with a keen ear for contradictions and obfuscations in language that speak to the failures between communication intention and experience. In pared down multiple sequences, she is […]

June 23

Dresden – The disease in the search for meaning. (Theatre Review)

Dresden June 15 – June 30 KXT – Kings Cross Theatre. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley and Jasmin Simmons For Nietzsche, the problems he faced inside his friendship with Richard Wagner (articulated in his book ‘The Case of Wagner’) were extended to become emblematic of a broader problem of nihilism which […]

November 02

She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange – How and who to be after The Event. (Theatre Review)

She Rode Horses like the Stock Exchange Rocket Productions in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company Kings Cross Theatre, 20 October – 11 November. You can grab your tickets here.  Images: Clare Hawley, Asparay Photography Occupy Wall Street can be seen as an event that is yet to reveal its profoundity on history. It did not attempt […]

March 20

The Laden Table – A future constructed from a troubled past. (Theatre review)

The Laden Table bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company Kings Cross Theatre 10-25 March You can grab your tickets here Images: Natasha Narula It is said that the victors take possession of the dead. This phrase is often used to describe the political motivations of an elected person or a dictator. But does it not equally describe those […]

February 01

Osama The Hero – The danger of the stupid. (Theatre Review)

Osama The Hero Tooth and Sinew in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre co. KXT from January 21 through to Feb 4 You can grab your tickets here The irony is, what defines “In-Yer-Face” theatre is its ability (or rather its desire) to defy categorisation. Simultaneous with its recognition and labelling comes its refusal of conceptualisation as […]

June 24

Straight – Bromance as a path to orientation exploration. (Theatre review)

Straight Brilliant Adventures in conjunction with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company Kings Cross hotel theatre June 16 – July 2 You can grab your tickets here. One of the great joys of theatre is the immediacy of the ephemeral. Theatre is a transitory notion, an event at which the audience is never passive. We see films we […]

May 10

Black Jesus – The difficulties in Zimbabwe reach our protected shores. (Theatre Review)

Black Jesus bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company, 29 Apil – 21 May King Cross Theatre, You can grab your tickets here Image credit: Nick McKinlay Watching Black Jesus, one is struck by how rarely we see stories from Africa on our Sydney stages – and how few of even them are written by African writers. The people […]