Phèdre

A tragic tale of forbidden lust, betrayal and revenge, Bell Shakespeare brings to life the rarely told French classic, Phèdre by Jean Racine. The most famous of French tragedies continues Bell Shakespeare’s foray into Fr...

JEFF WALL Photographs

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) brings to Sydney the first Australian survey of works by Canadian photographer Jeff Wall. Wall is recognised throughout the world as one of the most innovative and influenti...

19th Biennale of Sydney announced

Juliana Engberg, Artistic Director of the 19th Biennale of Sydney, has shared an early glimpse into one of the leading international festivals of contemporary art, which will be presented from 21 March until 9 June 2014....

G – Australian Dance Theatre

Australian Dance Theatre brings you G, a 60-minute high-octane deconstruction of the classic ballet Giselle, featuring Artistic Director Garry Stewart’s characteristic witty, provocative and physically demanding choreogr...

4000 Miles

Mop*Head and Catnip Productions present 4000 Miles by Amy Herzog as a part of the atyp Under The Wharf season, directed by award winning Director, Anthony Skuse. Vera is a vibrantly dimensional 91-year-old – prickly, stu...

The Ham Funeral

The Ham Funeral is a delightfully vulgar investigation of the human condition – part vaudeville, part lyric poem, part gothic drama. In a dingy inner-city boarding house, a naïve young poet is inexorably drawn into...