They Took Me To A Queer Bar Review

06.09.22 Sydney’s queer culture is a series of paradoxes; hosting one of the world’s largest Mardi Gras festivals, whilst also being a capital city in one of the last Western countries to legalise marriage equality. Tommy Misa in They Took Me To A Queer Bar, 2022. Photo by Joseph Mayers…

Softly, Surely Review

07.09.22 Softly, Surely is an exploration of the medium of time; how we as humans connect the past with the present and continue to push on, although we may feel like time is passing us too quickly. Told through a series of monologues and duologues linked together by traditional folk…

What’s on in October 🎃

Hello all and welcome to October! The end of the year is swiftly approaching but activity here at Pier 2/3 is ramping up! Before I dive into our exciting updates for the month, I’ll take a couple of lines to introduce myself. My name is Emily and I am the…

Past the Shallows – Writer’s Talk, Saturday 24 September

Past the Shallows Director and Dramaturg Ben Winspear will host a special FREE event this Saturday, 24 September at the Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Arts Centre.  Join Ben, Belinda Bradley, Franz Docherty, and Alison Mann at 4:00pm to discuss play writing and development.  Belinda Bradley and Franz Docherty are the co-creators and…

Babette’s Feast Review

07.09.22 Walking into the Australian Premiere of Babette’s Feast, I was unsure of what to expect, aside from thinking that it would include…well…a feast! I walked out feeling lost for words that could capture the beauty of this production. The seamless integration of lighting, sound, movement, acting, and impeccable transitions…

Labyrinth Review

01.09.22 Wall Street, boys clubs, gambling and money, money, money. There is nothing like a theatrical dive into the complex world of the 1970s-80s Bank of America. Just how many men tread the path of Icarus and are left free falling? The cast of Labyrinth, 2022. Photo: Clare Hawley ©…