Tag Archives: Brendan Miles

May 29

Blood on the cat’s Nsck – Montague Basement and Fassbinder find the real inside ourselves. (Theatre Review)

Blood on the cat’s Neck Montague Basement and Kings Cross Theatre May 22 to June 1 You can grab your tickets here. Images: Zaina Ahmed For Rainer Werner Fassbinder, the broad scale problems we see about us find their nascency in the micro arguments, power plays and petty aggressions we take out upon each other. […]

March 26

Much Ado About Nothing – Bar’d Work bring Shakespear back home. (Theatre Review)

Shakesbeer: Much Ado About Nothing Bar’d Work See more for Sessions and venues here. Some of the clever folk from the Pop-up Globe, fresh from knowing their lines and roles so well, have banded together to keep the magic alive by transplanting Shakespeare into the pubs of Sydney, where (it can easily be argued) they […]

February 18

Year of the Family – Embrace the darkness of familial love. (Theatre Review)

Year of the Family Tooth and Sinew at the Kings Cross Theatre from 10 – 20 February You can grab your tickets here 1994 was declared by the United Nations General Assembly to be The International Year of The Family. As if Freud had planned it himself, the declaration posed immediate threats to liberal sensibilities: […]

May 23

Shivered – Claudia Barrie and the industrial shrug (Theatre review)

Shivered Mad March Hare Theatre Company You can Grab tickets here Theatre isn’t real, at least it isn’t as real as real life is real. One of my favourite things about theatre (besides the unsettling intimacy which overwhelms in deliciously small spaces) is the transgressive act of performance. Real people pretending, without shame, in front […]

May 20

Scenes from an Execution – Tooth and Sinew belt us with a rich serve of Howard Barker. (Theatre Review)

Scenes From an Execution Tooth and Sinew in association with Sydney Independent Theatre Company The Old Fitzroy Theatre 13 – 31 May Buy Your Tickets Here.    “I wish I were not sensual… I wish I had not got from my mother, or my father was it, this need to grasp and be grasped, because […]