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TRAINSPOTTING THE PLAY @ Limelight on Oxford, 231 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst

Thank you BAYER for inventing the completely non-addictive drug HEROIN. TRAINSPOTTING THE PLAY could never ever had existed without BAYER AG, the German multinational pharmaceutical and life sciences company. From 1898 through to 1910, the German drug company BAYER marketed its “diamorphine” as an over-the-counter drug under its trademarked name HEROIN, advertised as a “non-addictive morphine substitute and cough suppressant”.      Continue reading TRAINSPOTTING THE PLAY @ Limelight on Oxford, 231 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst

COMPANY @ Limelight On Oxford Street, DARLINGHURST

The conventional wisdom about musical theatre, is all about maintaining convention whilst applying no wisdom. COMPANY as performed at Limelight On Oxford, is an astonishing fresh take and very wisely is not conventional, easily finding a modern-day resonance, and fully delivering an amazing musical comedy feast with this clever revival. Director Julie Baz has applied her unique vision to make COMPANY the must see musical in Sydney this year. COMPANY won six Tony Awards and is a modern musical classic from 1970, with Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and Book by George Furth.               Continue reading COMPANY @ Limelight On Oxford Street, DARLINGHURST

GIVING UP THE GHOST @ LIMELIGHT ON OXFORD at 231 Oxford Street DARLINGHURST

 

World premiere of a delicious new Australian play, at a brand new Sydney Live Theatre venue. Vivid reinvention of a “classic trope”, GIVING UP THE GHOST delights again and again, providing an sublime and entertaining comedy take on life after death, but GIVING UP THE GHOST also has the underlying theme of euthanasia.

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