Newsletter November 2013

Other Stuff from our November newsletter

The Boy Castaways

Directed by Michael Kantor The Boy Castaways is a haunting ode to the precarious magic of the stage and the visceral power of music. Featuring some of Australia’s brightest lights of theatre, music and film including Paul Capsis, Tim Rogers, Megan Washington and Mark Leonard Winter (Thyestes), Kantor’s film poses the question: what happens when the stage becomes your world? In pursuit of the answer, four men are drawn into a metaphysical thriller, a grand cabaret of the soul.

Email here with the subject ‘Castaways’ for your chance to win one of three double-passes to the exclusive Sydney premiere screening on Thursday 5 December at the Chauvel cinema..

Michael Kantor, Paul Capsis and Megan Washington will be in attendance and participate in a post-screening Q&A hosted by ABC Head of Arts Katrina Sedgwick.

For more information and to check out the trailer, go to


Internationally acclaimed soprano Jane Sheldon joins Sydney Chamber Opera to perform a transcendentally haunting monodrama, Exil directed by Belvoir’s new Resident Director Adena Jacobs. Contemporary Georgian composer Giya Kancheli originally conceived his 1994 song cycle as a concert work, not for the stage. A setting of Biblical Psalms alongside post-Holocaust poetry by Paul Celan and Hans Sahl, it is an abstract twentieth-century drama of the soul in the face of unspeakable horror. Email here with the subject ‘Exil’ for your chance to win a double pass. At Carriageworks from 7 December.

Yoko Ono

Experience the works of legendary artist, peace activist and musician – Yoko Ono – when the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia brings War Is Over! (if you want it) exclusively to Sydney this summer. MCA are offering 20% of adult tickets. Redeem this online offer here.

Love Supreme

Love Supreme is fast building a reputation for its excellent list of Italian wines from small artisan producers including some available exclusively at Love Supreme. Take your ticket from The Cake Man or Coranderrk to Love Supreme between 5-7pm and receive any glass at 50% off. 180 Oxford St, Paddington.

The Shadow King

Sydney Festival returns this January with a huge program of exciting events including Malthouse Theatre’s The Shadow King. A reimagining of King Lear from an Indigenous perspective, The Shadow King brings together some of our nation’s finest creative talents. Co-created by Tom E. Lewis (The Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith) and Michael Kantor in consultation with artists and Indigenous elders, Sydney Festival is offering you a chance to win a double pass to see The Shadow King at Carriageworks in January. Enter here to go in to the draw.


Fancy a dozen quality Christmas wines for just $69? Grab Cellarmasters Christmas Dozen for a variety of reds and whites from Lindeman’s, McGuigan and McWilliams reduced by 57% to just $5.75 a bottle. Head to Cellarmasters to order.