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08 Feb 2016
What could have been an overly dramatic piece manages instead to be a refreshing breath of uneasy yet compelling comedy.
An engaging and entertaining evening of new work from Australian Theatre for Young People.
This year's program for Ballet in the Quarry featured a program of five short modern works, well suited to the venue.
An experimental music extravaganza that shatters boundaries and ear drums but ultimately strikes a low note.
Penelope Skinner's scathing take on marriage is great fun.
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Original, rich, and intense. Jane Eyre is a must-see.
One of the most brilliant and important plays Australia has ever produced.
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This week's appointments push some companies to new heights and bring new leadership to others.
05 Feb 2016
The FX folks didn't like Fury Road. There's probably a simple reason.
Tropfest, presented by CGU Insurance, today announces Rebecca Gibney (Packed to the Rafters and Wanted), will join thousands of film fans at Tropfest, to judge the world’s largest short film festival this Valentine’s Day.
The Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) today announced the ten documentary projects selected for The FACTory live pitching event, taking place at Federation Square’s Deakin Edge auditorium on Wednesday 2 March as part of AIDC 2016.
With Stephen Page celebrating his 25th year at Bangarra, we explore how white Australia’s attitude to Indigenous art and culture has changed over that time – and where we might be in another quarter-century.
New figures compare the trust levels across Australian media and look at downloads for free. Who should be ashamed?
The shadow of one man looms over this unconventionally structured biopic — and it's not the titular Apple co-founder.
In an ArtsHub exclusive, Marcus Westbury takes time out in his first week on the job to discuss the creation of Collingwood’s Contemporary Arts Precinct.
Thaddeus Phillips beguiles with intelligence, wit and brilliant technique in '17 Border Crossings'.
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