Book review: Childless, Sian Prior
A memoir that charts loss, pain and recovery.
Book review: Fugitive, Simon Tedeschi
Tedeschi is equally impressive on the page as he is at the piano.
Theatre review: King Lear Monster Show!
A dystopian future reimagined through Shakespeare’s immortal work offers a grim and disturbing world that is all too real.
Exhibition review: Dalison by Ian Strange and Trevor Powers
A short-film collaborative eulogy about a dying Australian house is also a celebration of home.
Theatre review: The Return
A suspenseful and powerful new work about the repatriation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remains.
Exhibition review: Who are you: Australian Portraiture
Over 200 works speak to the various forms of Australian identity.
Exhibition review: Paul Davis, Sturt Gallery
When timeless tradition finds an Australian inflection.
Book review: Good night, Vivienne, Goodnight, Steven Carroll
The wife of T.S. Eliot is reimagined in the finale of Carroll's Eliot Quartet series.
Theatre review: City of Gold
Indigenous grief and identity at the forefront of this explosive show.
Opera review: Lohengrin
A celebrated tenor performs one of his most iconic roles along with a well supported cast.