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Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly Series blends fact and fiction at Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Rewriting the history of women into biography and portraiture in an erudite, nuanced and patient exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
In an era where the idea of surveillance can lead to notions of paranoia, discomfort and invasion of personal space this exhibition has particular resonance.
An institution for women set up by Charles Dickens in the 1840s was the inspiration of this production by She Said Theatre.
Nicolas Cage is at his unhinged yet earnest best in this lurid, ultra-violent, unforgettable revenge tale.
The fantastical meets the factual in these images and video stills created by medical research scientists from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute.
Featuring a cast of 40 and the work of seven choreographers, In Your Blood finds the sweet spot between sport and art, where personal passions and family loyalties meet.
Further reflections and critical responses to events programmed as part of the 2018 Darwin Festival.
Chemistry can make or break a play – here, thankfully, they nailed it.
This confined, vociferous drama works wonderfully, despite trimming away the bulk of Melville's novel save for the few spare segments that are action-oriented.
An excellent recital performed under difficult circumstances.
Loads of fun.
A voluptuous, comedic romp where young love triumphs over all in the style only opera can provide.
This poetic Australian documentary takes its own astonishing, heartbreaking path through the global refugee crisis.
Alicia Vikander and James McAvoy play yearning lovers in a film about everything.
To glimpse the wonders that underlie our very existence is a rare privilege not granted to previous generations.
Variations on the Variations create a fascinating soundscape for Bach aficionados.
Ray Chen brings youthful energy and a sense of fanfare to his hometown.
Impressions and critical reflections on the opening weekend of this year’s Darwin Festival by our Performing Arts Editor, Richard Watts.
A sensational revival of this rarely seen classic and a thought-provoking examination of LGBTI issues.
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