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A retro board game inspires a second movie scarefest, this time boasting thoughtful throwback choices.
Astonishing music brought back to life seventy years after the music and its composers were almost lost forever.
Beilman and Tyson have a rare genius for interpretation.
This frothy but imperfect musical is impeccably cast, and performed with such gusto that it's relatively easy to look past its flaws.
La Boite has put together a performance that will stay with you long after the actors have left the space.
Its lead character may champion a stripped-back approach, but that doesn’t flatter the no-frills sequel made in his image.
War and Peace relies less on the novel’s plot than a philosophical derailment.
It is 80 years since Prokofiev composed the charming Peter and the Wolf which has delighted audiences for many years.
Catch this absurdist romp before it becomes the stuff of legend.
ArtsHub staff are attending a wide range of Melbourne Festival events this year; here are our impressions of the program so far.
A true heist tale inspires an average but amiable comedy helped by its on- and off-screen pedigree.
Nostalgia goes a long way – so does a great cast.
A new (old) instrument, a mysterious benefactor and beautiful music.
Packaged in familiar aesthetics and nodding to sci-fi greats, Equals finds love and subtle performances against the generic odds.
Rumpelstiltskin proves that enthusiasm and onstage talent cannot spin gold from a poorly written book.
Lezhneva completely dazzled.
WARNING: The following review will contain the odd fish pun, keeping in spirit with the show.
Sheer musicality by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
A nostalgic journey through Indigenous country music.
This tantalising piece of new music draws back the curtain on hidden sounds.
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