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The amiable mates follow their reliable recipe for spontaneous comedy.
A charming, interactive and educational production that’s suitable for all ages.
A strong piece of theatre drawn from the stories of real Australian women.
A Symphonic Universe brings together rockstar physicist Brian Cox with music that evokes the stars.
This one-woman show has humour, great design and a killer concept for examining personal and political issues, but it doesn’t quite hit the mark.
Adam Driver leads a star-studded cast in this tense deep dive into the CIA's history of torture tactics.
Although over 50 years old, Edward Albee’s play feels modern with its mordant wit and sharp observations.
A palpable and political exhibition, Cornelia Parker's eponymous exhibition offers a cautionary tale on hasty commentary, demonstrating that the simple object can speak volumes.
The 26-year-old play continues to provoke controversy.
This multi-layered show offers a series of interesting experimentations but leaves the audience with questions unanswered.
A pantomime that feels past its peak, though it hits all the right notes for fans of the genre.
The Townsville company’s last production of the year gave insights into the dancer’s creative processes.
Drawing from more than 40 collections, the NGV’s exhibition showcases the iconoclastic designer’s work and philosophy.
The most revealing thing about this exhibition is how white Vogue Australia has been for most of its 60 years.
Meow Meow’s silly season show is an odd Christmas panto, steered by a fallen but charismatic diva.
Slick routines and superb singing underpins this convivial, nostalgic celebration of the local pub.
Emu Runner is a quiet film of a child dealing with grief and her bond with the emu, nguri told with the Ngemba girl from Brewarrina in NSW.
Bruny Island is the surprising setting for the final battle of the culture wars in Heather Rose’s political satire.
You’ve got to be doing something right to keep a comedy series going on Australian television for almost 20 years.
Colin Friels fully inhabits his character in a one-man show that’s guaranteed to haunt you.
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