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REVIEW: Cinderella – a sparkling and magical all-round performance

Cinderella is a musical that evokes fond memories in both adults and children. For adults, it’s a beautiful reminder of their childhood and for children, it provides that spark of magic that gets them so excited. Indeed, while the children who attended Wednesday’s performance of Cinderella had an absolute ball, the adults loved this too.…

REVIEW: Godspell – a magical rendition of a classic musical

Godspell is an interesting musical. Composed by Stephen Schwartz, one of the giants of modern musical theatre, the musical essentially tells the parables of the Bible back to back. Yet unlike other musicals with similar themes, such as Jesus Christ Superstar and Schwartz’s own Children of Eden, the musical does not have as coherent a…

REVIEW: DRAMSOC – Noises Off

With all that has happened at college in the last two weeks, I think it was very clear that everyone needed their spirits lifted and a good laugh. Thankfully the amazing DRAMSOC cast provided for us, going above and beyond to get this play perfect, even though there were a few last-minute cast changes that…

M4 Madness: a grand final for the West 

Out went the Rabbitohs and the Sharks. Then there were two. A national title between a 35-kilometre strip on the M4. Parramatta and Penrith go toe-to-toe for the first time in rugby league history, a fitting grand final given the past of these two trying outfits. If you watch rugby league, you’ll know the Eels…

No need to ‘iel’: the French non-binary problem

When you finally unwind after a busy semester, your mind starts to follow trains of thought that looming deadlines and dense readings would have stopped. I had such an experience recently. I was sitting at Hammersmith tube station, reminiscing about Euphoria, which I had watched during a post-exams Netflix binge. Nostalgia blended with eagerness for…