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From dancing with mops to wrestling with a fitted sheet, this new circus production is inventive, warm and quietly distinctive.
Zahra Newman performs Kenneth Cook's Australian Gothic story of alcoholism and machismo in this one-woman show directed by Declan Greene.
Two memorable productions at this year's Melbourne Cabaret Festival.
Korean director Bong Joon-ho is a modern auteur with a wonderful popular touch. Mel Campbell celebrates his cinematic joys.
Aptly titled 'The Quiet Activist', this survey by Juno Gemes does more than capture a social or political zeitgeist – it is about the human spirit, resilience and respect.
Thirteen hours of Nicolas Winding Refn's neon vision may be too much for some, but Adrian Martin finds intrigue amidst the slog.
Kate Wyvill’s newest work is a comic delight with meaty themes, and certainly packs a punch.
Celia Pacquola stars in this celebrated yet rarely performed Australian award winner of yesteryear.
How graffiti in a police cell led five artists to explore the thorny topic of love and devotion - The Lock-Up continues to push the boundaries with this exhibition.
Colin Thiele’s 1964 novel comes to the stage in this mesmerising MTC and Queensland Theatre co-production.
The messy failures (and even messier successes) of puberty are laid bare in this delightful roller coaster of a show.
David Campbell swings Adelaide for one night only.
Stan is drip-feeding episodes of this addictive lit-world rom-com, and that's Mel Campbell's only quibble.
This thinly disguised art biopic works directly against the complex ideas of its subject, says Adrian Martin.
A rock solid concept, great production design and expressive performances make this Australian Netflix film well worth your time.
Strong performances can't quite conceal the fact that this production isn't entirely gripping.
An exhilarating, muscular performance.
Rory Godbold’s play illustrates the anguish of waiting to die.
A sensitive and erudite two-person exhibition that digs deep into history, and yet finds contemporary currency through the medium of paper.
Pinchgut Opera once again delivers a triumph in a minimal production of a rarely performed opera.
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