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REVIEW: Never Did Me Any Harm (Sydney Festival) | Wharf 1

REVIEW: Never Did Me Any Harm (Sydney Festival) | Wharf 1

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 17, 2012

It seems to be an emerging form, dance theatre, and Force Majeure (superior force) is at the forefront. (Cate) Blanchett and (Andrew) Upton might be old enough to remember Greek dra

REVIEW: I Am Eora (Sydney Festival) | CarriageWorks

REVIEW: I Am Eora (Sydney Festival) | CarriageWorks

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 17, 2012

Sometimes, we are blessed. Babel one night. I Am Eora

REVIEW: Babel (Words) (Sydney Festival) | Sydney Theatre

REVIEW: Babel (Words) (Sydney Festival) | Sydney Theatre

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 12, 20122 Comments

It's a refreshing problem for a critic to have: a work that's so extraordinary, one worries if one can even begin to do it justice in acclaiming it. I've long been hard on dance.

REVIEW: The Boys (Sydney Festival) | Griffin Theatre

REVIEW: The Boys (Sydney Festival) | Griffin Theatre

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 12, 2012

Gordon Graham, the writer, is getting on a bit. It's been 21 years since The Boys debuted at Griffin, where, under the artistic stewardship of Sam Strong, it's returned, fo

REVIEW: Buried City (Sydney Festival) | Belvoir St Theatre

REVIEW: Buried City (Sydney Festival) | Belvoir St Theatre

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 10, 20121 Comment

We're talking grunge. Think building site. Scaffolding. That's the urban aesthetic that pervades Raimondo Cortese's Buried City; the title alluding to the buried, if not co

REVIEW: Food Chain (Sydney Festival) | York Theatre

REVIEW: Food Chain (Sydney Festival) | York Theatre

Lloyd Bradford SykeFeb 1, 2011

REVIEW: The Giacomo Variations (Sydney Festival) | Concert Hall

REVIEW: The Giacomo Variations (Sydney Festival) | Concert Hall

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 24, 20112 Comments

REVIEW: The Red Shoes (Sydney Festival) | York Theatre

REVIEW: The Red Shoes (Sydney Festival) | York Theatre

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 21, 2011

Being John Malkovich, we learn, is a haunting experience

Being John Malkovich, we learn, is a haunting experience

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 19, 20114 Comments

REVIEW: Power Plant (Sydney Festival) | Chinese Gardens, Darling Harbour

REVIEW: Power Plant (Sydney Festival) | Chinese Gardens, Darling Harbour

Lloyd Bradford SykeJan 19, 20114 Comments

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