A Serious Business (a misnomer of epic proportions)  is presented by Upper Crass Theatre Company as a part of Sydney Fringe 2017. The ensemble, consisting of Atlas Adams, Brenton Amies, Alice Furze and James Shepherd play out a series of improvised skits with great enthusiasm with a little help from the audience, while Tommy Green acted mostly as compère (and referee).

The end result was a lot of fun, though I think I would prefer the longer form improv that the group specialises in, rather than just a series of games style skits. The group riffed off each other well, though this kind of improv can be a bit on the repetitious side after a while. Still, a great way to kick off the night!

On until 30 Sept at Erskineville Town Hall, for tickets see: https://www.iwannaticket.com.au/event/a-serious-business-MTM0MjM

Featuring: Atlas Adams, Brenton Amies, Alice Furze, James Shepherd and Tommy Green.


This Month in Sydney

Until 25 August 2019

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Australian National Maritime Museum

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From intimate portraits to wild landscapes. Internationally-acclaimed exhibition Wildlife Photographer of the Year returns to the museum on until 25 August.

On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, these 100 extraordinary images celebrate the diversity of the natural world, from intimate animal portraits to astonishing wild landscapes.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the most prestigious photography event of its kind, running for more than 50 years. It has a pivotal role in providing a global platform to showcase the natural world’s most powerful and challenging imagery.