Tag Archives: Lloyd Newson

Kate Champion’s supersize dancers challenge the forbidden F word of dance

Nothing To Lose, Claire Burrows, photo © Heidrun Lohr

Contemporary dance works are often burdened with meaningless titles. Either that or they’re dull or just a bit pompous. It’s

A magic carpet ride through 2015

2015

I would, if I could, take a magic carpet ride to several continents and at least a dozen theatres to

Helpmann Award nominees for 2012

A Chorus LIne, 2012 production, Tim Lawson in association with Adelaide Festival Centre

Before his career as an actor, choreographer, director and producer, Robert Helpmann was a dancer. As a student he danced

Tanja Liedtke on film: a tribute to her brief but brilliant life

Tanja Liedtke, self portrait

The appointment was for 10am, the place was the top floor of a hotel in Macquarie Street in Sydney’s CBD

Can We Talk About This?

Can We Talk About This?

Martin Amis was cool but his audience was livid. Speaking at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, in London, the writer