can lead them out of their bunker to musical freedom. Ben Elton’s book is pure hokum, obviously, but serves its purpose oddly well. It’s not a big stretch to fit Queen’s highoctane songs into a scenario so gleefully theatrical, knowing, camp and reverential, sometimes all at once. And what songs. The show has a great cast and band, with Erin Clare (pictured), Jaz Flowers and Casey Donovan outstanding. I doubt the deep future will revere We Will Rock You as a masterpiece of 21stcentury musical theatre but the show cannily knows exactly what it is, and delivers. It’s deliriously, majestically mad entertainment. Sydney Lyric Theatre. Pirrama Road, Pyrmont. Tonight, 8pm. Tickets: $60-$140. Bookings: 136 100 or online. Until June 26. Disgraced “They disgraced us. And then they pretend they don’t understand the rage we’ve got.” This line is from a young Muslim man (played by Shiv Palekar) who enters Ayad Enso String Quartet The Enso String Quartet brings a bold program to Sydney for its Australian debut. String Quartet No 2 from Argentinian composer Ginastera (who was featured on Enso’s Grammynominated first album), Ludwig van Beethoven’s The Harp and Joaquin Turina’s Spanish Serenata. Includes the world premiere performance of a new work by Brenton Broadstock commissioned for Enso’s world tour. City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Place, Sydney. May 30, 7pm. Tickets: $30-$103. Bookings: 1800 688 482 or online. images of urban life in the German capital. For the first time Marquardt will show his images in Australia as part of a collaboration between Head On Photo Festival and the Goethe-Institut. Ambush Gallery, Level 3, Central Park, 28 Broadway, Chippendale. Daily, 12pm-8pm. Inquiries: (02) 8008 8516. Ends tomorrow.