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Opera Australia opens it 2018 Melbourne Season with a perennial favourite.
Resilient Brits, a holidaying heroine and heightened emotions combine in this warm but undemanding romantic mystery.
A curated art prize that pricks mankind’s conscience and whets the appetite for art made now.
17 years after the first comic cop effort, this stretched sequel proves a dire rehash.
Based on the titular party game, this teen horror effort starts with a parade of clichés and continues in the same fashion.
Robertson is an extraordinarily gifted man who is a passionate champion of human rights.
Now in its seventh edition, we take a look at how this sculpture festival has matured, and whether its rainforest location allows for greater conceptual scope.
This monster mash lurches through its cartoonish carnage, relying heavily upon Dwayne Johnson’s charms.
A long lost portrait plunges an unsolved murder from 1930 into the vicious world of fine art acquisition in this novel published by Echo Publishing.
The engaging and amiable Leong's material ranges from cultural comparisons to wince-inducing medical humour.
With a few choice anecdotes about awkward moments, a silly fantasy about Matt Damon, and some simple visual gags, Flanagan got the audience giggling.
Like listening to a funny mate tell quality yarns with a wink, some heart and plenty of snark.
This play is a masterclass in how to pace a drama. Outhouse Theatre’s adaptation of Annie Baker’s The Flick is one of the must-see plays of the year.
An exceptionally fine performance successfully proposing that ‘less is more’. Presented at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
An entertaining yet unusually informal celebration of song, the closing event of the 2018 Women of the World Festival.
Through materials and artefacts of colonial astronomy, Kate Scardifield explores how we each move through the world, making our own maps of time and space.
Catherine drinks champagne, for when she’s trying not to get too drunk, and vodka, for when she’s seeking refuge from reality.
There are many layers to this excellent short novel published by text Publishing.
A celebration of the beauty and persuasive power of the voice and the infinite sonic possibilities of instrumental and choral combinations.
Steven Spielberg’s VR-set pop culture onslaught packages ‘80s nostalgia for quick, easy, shiny consumption, but fails to engage.
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