Author: Aidan Johnson

Review: The Commune

There is something oddly satisfying turning peace-loving hippies and those “wholesome” primitivist communes into dark and sinister things. The Commune, written by Gabriel Bergmoser...

Review: The Way Out

Have you ever felt like watching something that is essentially 1984 meets The Hunger Games via The Government Inspector set in Australia? Then The...

Review: Nightdance

Choreographed by the talented Melanie Lane, Nightdance is a piece of contemporary dance that, in a highly artistic and subtle fashion, explores the human...

Review: Pile of Bones

Pile of Bones, a contemporary dance show choreographed by the Stephanie Lake Company, is something that takes the audience on a journey. Channelling Lake’s...

Review: The Haunting

Who doesn’t love a good ghost story? There is something almost wholesome about the “good scare” that a Dickens-esque story can bring. The mystery...

Review: 1984 (the play)

When I was a teenager, I saw a local production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm – an experience which in many ways helped prepare...