Tag Archives: Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou

July 23

We are the Himalayas – Brave New Word theatre company and the courage of dissent (Theatre Review)

We are the Himalayas Brave New Word Theatre Company 3rd July to the 27th of July. You can grab your tickets here. For Alain Badiou, when we collectively count the dead of a Gulag or of the Cultural Revolution, we must include the dead of Capitalism (from colonialism to world wars and proxy wars) and […]

May 11

The Importance of Being Earnest – Furies Theatre and the importance of influence (Theatre Review)

The Importance of Being Earnest Furies Theatre at The Exchange Hotel Balmain May 5 to 17 – You can Grab your tickets here (be fast – this one is selling out) The double is a concept that has intrigued readers and writers for many centuries, exemplified in the Dostoyevsky novel  (of which he didn’t wholly […]

May 12

Antigone: The Burial at Thebes – ancient theatre reflects modern times. (Theatre Review)

    At the time of this writing, the opportunity to see Antigone: The Burial at Thebes by Seamus Heaney produced by Furies Theatre Company has passed. Unfortunately a tight season for the play and an enormous imposition of real life for me coincided but I wanted to continue my review, because this is a […]