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Heide brings together 12 ceramic artists and an architectural group to ponder the notion of the vessel.
A smutty and delightful performance that makes other cabarets look tame.
Comedy and drama are skilfully fused with a sense of desperation in this UK/Australian ABC series.
Amir Nizar Zuabi’s comedy offers a clever take on grief and desperation in Palestine today.
Four actors play 139 roles in this comedic interpretation of Hitchcock.
Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa’s theatre debut is a poetic, immersive interpretation of culture and visibility.
AGWA’s latest exhibition inspires newfound appreciation for the gallery’s architecture.
This year’s Primavera is a real shake-up, and wake-up, in the hands of Archibald-winning artist Mitch Cairns as curator.
Academic Chris Fleming’s memoir is confronting, interesting, reassuring and offers insight into who and what drug addicts are.
While spanning three decades, Guan Wei's MCA exhibition taps into the pulse of contemporary unrest today, from Chinese protests to the Extinction Rebellion.
Two eps into the ABC’s six-part series Total Control, Chris Boyd’s advice is not to give up before the end of the first one. The dividends come late, but they’re handsome.
A succinct, exposing look at a community in ethical crisis – with shattering parallels to our own.
Mum and son team Asha and Ravi Jain present a delightful show full of wit and warmth.
Louise Helfgott’s play celebrates the extraordinary friendship of Katharine Susannah Prichard and David Helfgott.
Imagine if Love Actually were actually good, and you might have Nakkiah Lui’s whip-smart, hilarious Christmas comedy.
Janine Hosking's documentary investigates a complex musician and the arts establishment that failed him.
A lively show with impressive set design that shows the Dr Seuss classic is as popular as ever.
A play about family conflict in the face of terminal illness highlights the importance of having the right to die with dignity.
Performing Lines reimagines an ancient Middle Eastern story about doomed lovers.
There are many bright sparks on offer here but the script feels unresolved.
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