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Does the exhibition live up to the legend? We walk through QAGOMA’s Richter show – the largest in the southern hemisphere.
Snapshot reviews of this year's festival, updated regularly, including Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.
On the 168th anniversary of Chopin’s death, we celebrate Trifonov’s brilliant new recording.
A nuanced script acted superbly by a stellar cast reveals a soon-to-be iconic Australian yarn that is all about our love of family.
Translated from German, Dirk Kurbjuweit’s Twins is a bizarre tale of two friends.
The humanity of the Anne Frank story continues to burn across the generations.
A light-hearted rendition of Inspector Morse’s favourite opera at Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music.
One the Bear uses hip hop, fur and allegory to reflect on identity, discrimination, strength and celebrity
Fascinating insights into the world-view from Greece on show at the 24th Greek Film Festival.
An audacious contemporary take on Frederico Garcia Lorca's Yerma, presented by National Theatre Live and Sharmill Films.
A valiant effort by young musicians towards realising a too-ambitious project.
Returned faith – an exhibition with so little conversation has so much to say.
An infectiously engaging new release where traditional Chinese musicians and Australian jazz artists mix it up.
An introduction to Taylor Mac’s musical odyssey that is fabulous, fun and flirty from beginning to end
This is the story of what might have happened if an escaped Japanese prisoner was sheltered by Aborigines during World War 2
This novel, like Grisham’s many others, gives valuable insights into aspects of the legal system.
Referencing Shakespeare and Beckett, this new Australian play is rich and multifaceted.
Rare and wonderful – dancing of the highest calibre from Sydney Dance Company
Under Siege marries tradition and inventiveness in a superbly crafted masterpiece
A very palatable piece of theatre - just don't interrogate the story too hard
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