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National Theatre Live brings us Sir Ian McKellan as a Lear for all seasons.
Two exhibitions with a very different tone, both focus on similar contested relationships to land, but derive from a different cultural perspective.
In a spirit of deep listening, Void invites us to engage with Indigenous ways of learning, and to hear a multiplicity of knowledges, truths, and histories.
Grief takes a lot of forms – rarely is it so animated.
Two very gifted writers have combined their talents to produce this short novella.
An examination of the work of J.M. Coetzee and his influence on one writer's family.
A new exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA asks the question: What does your jewellery say about you?
A Dark dystopian tale of a cloned population is a warning for us all.
Degenerate Art rings with Weimar decadence in the direct confrontation of audience, the complexity of movement and the expression of blackness nestled in the humanness of evildoers.
During the second week of Circus Oz's festival of experimental circus Sidesault, we were treated to three consecutive, short shows: Jugg Life, Hell Is Other People and Feed The Horse.
Based on the book (and illustrated novel) by Gabrielle Wang of the same name, this is a sophisticated and poetic rendition adapted by Vanessa Bates, ostensibly for children, but calibrated also for an adult sensibility.
This show is so full of turbo-charged energy you will be left gasping.
An enthralling world premiere – Sport For Jove’s current production Ear to the Edge Of Time is superbly written, magnificently directed and performed.
Evie May is a charming and emotional backstage tale, which, notwithstanding its period setting, has currency and relatability.
Hermitage Director says this exhibition presents ‘a Hermitage view of the history of modern art,' but it does so much more – it rethinks the blockbuster today.
As much a space movie as a psychological drama, this Neil Armstrong biopic combines the visceral and the thoughtful.
Snapshot reviews of this year’s Melbourne International Arts Festival.
The newest production of the world-wide musical sensation Mamma Mia has landed in Adelaide after a year long tour around Australia.
In this highly engaging novel, Hwang Sok-yong subtly interweaves the reminiscences of three people.
The Word is intended to be a satirical novel about the use of language.
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