This venue, purpose built for chamber music, has been described as the best chamber music concert hall in Australia.
In just half an hour, I was alone, face to face with a screen on which was someone older than me whom I’d never met and would be most unlikely ever to meet again.
This was a truly transformative experience.
It is rare indeed to attend a work whose dramatic place is less than a kilometre from its place of staging.
There's a lot of shouting, there's a lot of baiting and insulting, there's a lot of teasing, provocation and vitriol, and a good measure of humour.
One of the most popular children’s stories ever adapts surprisingly well to the stage, and this large cast has a rollicking good time telling it.
The story is a rich examination of a turbulent period of British Society from the 1880’s to the present day.