The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

The Goods The­atre Com­pany and Red Line Pro­duc­tions present Mel­bourne-based play­wright Katy Warner’s ab­sur­dist dark com­edy, billed as “Godot with gals and grenade”. Two fe­male sol­diers sift through de­bris. Some­thing ter­ri­ble has hap­pened, and mem­o­ries of what the pair have done be­gin to come back. Old Fitz The­atre, 129 Dowl­ing Street, Wool­loomooloo. Tonight, 7.30pm. Tick­ets: $25-$35. Book­ings: 0409 020 119 or on­line. Ends tomorrow. Sydney Har­bour Icons He is known as the Brick­man. Ryan McNaught, pic­tured, went from an IT board­room to the toy room, be­com­ing the only per­son in Aus­tralia li­censed by Dan­ish toy-maker Lego as a cer­ti­fied Lego maker. It gives him carte blanche to or­der which­ever bricks he wants from Lego HQ, al­low­ing him to cre­ate gi­ant in­stal­la­tions seen by chil­dren and their par­ents in their tens of thou­sands. The

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