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An enjoyable, albeit superficial rendering of Moliere’s work.
A strong young woman quietly resists gay conversion therapy.
Smoke and mirrors slick enough to fill the most jaded audience with childlike wonder.
In this no-holds-barred memoir Tjanara Goreng Goreng tells of her turbulent and busy life with equal parts humility and pride.
From their articulate and vocal protests the #rhodesmustfall movement was born.
Shows are almost always better when you can barely tell the difference between the stage and the stands – Calamity Jane is no exception.
A festival of kitschtastic razzle dazzle and innuendo-laced, once ground breaking musings on sex, gender, love and ageing.
Cabaret star Catherine Alcorn makes her Opera House debut as Bette Midler.
The brilliant writers featured in this collection are as varied as the cultural landscape we inhabit.
This exhibition shows that Ledger was so much more than an actor; he was an inspiration to anyone with a creative inclination to experiment – to just do it.
What do a cake tin, flower stamens, and robotic headdresses have in common? Nothing, but they make for a great exhibition about art and technology.
Hello World: Code and Design reflects upon what we already know of the future, as well as its imminence, and challenges our perception of what will come next.
25-years ago six Aboriginal women from WA’s Kimberley region and Western Desert exhibited together for the first time. The landmark show is being restaged.
Sometimes amusingly entertaining, sometimes dourly formulaic, this giant shark thriller bobs from one extreme to the other.
In the eighth, and final book, in Ann Cleeves’ bestselling Shetland series there are sufficient clues to satisfy those readers who pride themselves on uncovering the culprits before all is revealed.
This collection of 18 short stories is a mixed bag redeemed by David Cohen's love of the ridiculous and the pathetic.
James Cristina’s fluent and vivid writing makes this experimental novel compelling although it challenges easy comprehension.
A poignant look at gender roles in relationships trapped in a dated shell.
Diverse in place and practice, and versatile in style and technique, these 63 finalists come from every state and territory in the country.
‘Now and evermore’ becomes manifest in this 21st-century choral work.
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