Chinese New Year Carnival: a cultural spectacle

Celebrate the Year of the Snake as it slithers into town with the Chinese New Year Carnival. For two shows only, China’s best acrobats, dancers, musicians and actors are inviting you to step into another world ...

For the love of opera: Tristan und Isolde

Your ears are hungry; let them feast on Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde. In my attempt to review operas as entertainment for a newer and wider audience, I often write that opera is a wholly sensory experience. ...
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Theatre Review: Cowboy Mouth

Cowboy Mouth is a 1971 play, written and performed by Sam Shepard (as Slim) and Patti Smith (as Cavale) about two distraught lovers hanging on to a dream that may or may not be real. While watching, I wonder...

Theatre Review: RARE

RARE is a raw and boldly emotional piece of theatre in which nine performers with Down syndrome reveal themselves for the world to see. A Patrons’ Pick at the 2012 Fringe Festival, the show is created and d...