Theatre review: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Red Stitch Actors' Theatre
Edward Albee's excoriating exploration of an embattled marriage returns for a modern spin.
Performance review: The Lost Boys, Seymour Centre
An immersive landscape inspired by J M Barrie's Neverland where the audience is invited to be a part of The…
Theatre Review: Welcome to Your New Life, State Theatre Company SA
Based on a memoir, 'Welcome to your New Life' explores pregnancy and motherhood.
Exhibition review: Paul Knight: L'ombre de ton ombre, MUMA
Paul Knight’s solo exhibition brings into focus the role of chance in human connection.
Book review: I Don't, Clementine Ford
Clementine Ford shows us how life could be for women if they weren't shackled to marriage.
Exhibition review: Misty Mountain, Shining Moon: Japanese landscape envisioned, AGSA
A rich collection of art across mediums and centuries reveals shifting connections with the Japanese landscape.
Book review: Bee Miles, Rose Ellis
Bee Miles was punished for daring to defy conventional expectations of female behaviour.
Exhibition review: Parlour Parlëur, Penrith Regional Gallery
The past and the future collide in the latest fascinating "confabulation" from the ArtHitects team.
Theatre review: Oil, Wharf 1 Theatre, Sydney
An historical play that explores the fault lines of colonialism, empire and capitalism.
Performance review: Song Circle, QPAC
An emotional evening of Australian stories from First Nations legends of music.