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In 1979 Terania Creek became the focus of a landmark environmental protest and one of Australia’s best-known actions against the destruction of wilderness.
This woman who caused such conservative consternation as the featured entertainer at the 2018 White House Correspondents’ Dinner soon reveals the wolf behind that big smile.
After epic weekends in the North West and the North East, the festival's final weekend reaches Hobart and the South.
Requiring tour de force virtuosity, thunderous weight and grandeur along with gossamer fragility, this proved to be a memorable recital.
Spirited lead performances improve but can’t save this tear-jerking, formulaic rom-com.
A scrumptious mix of uniquely created characters and superbly delivered comic dialogue.
A polished and rare outing of an impressive young vocal ensemble.
The second season of Brit Marling's supernatural drama consolidates it as the epicentre of a new kind of screen story, for better or worse.
Our Gen Y reviewer is disarmed by this soap's nostalgia, yet finds it the most refreshing depiction of Australian life currently on TV.
Jordan Peele's follow-up to GET OUT is flawed but deeply unnerving.
Tackling the animated classic, Tim Burton’s live-action remake only soars in fits and bursts.
Perfectly placed, this production was performed at the intimate Genesian Theatre, where in the early 1970s a young actor called Nick Enright began working and performing.
More aptly "wet" side story, the show on the harbour opened, but it was a lost opportunity as a classic line was favoured over a more contemporary lens.
The plot of The Overnight Kidnapper will puzzle most readers and keep them guessing to the end.
Sliding between abstraction to quirky realism, the Tom Malone Prize for glass demonstrates that the medium is dynamic and current.
A touch of Seville in Adelaide’s Victoria Square from State Opera South Australia.
A new play by Kate Mulvany is impeccably realised in this outstanding Ten Days on the Island and Tasmanian Theatre Company co-production.
Two grand masters unite for success under the sympathetic baton of Asher Fisch.
The second weekend of Ten Days on the Island featured everything from contemporary performance in a black box theatre to a chamber orchestra playing in a vineyard.
The hit musical that has toured the planet to rapturous reviews, has arrived in Brisbane with a huge ‘Hello!’.
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