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Performance review: Briefs – Dirty Laundry, Sydney Mardi Gras

A Mardi Gras headline act, this queer acrobatic troupe returns for more mischief.


Theatre review: Fast Cars, Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Theatre

A big-hearted drama that revolves around the Bathurst 1000 races.


Book review: The Star on the Grave, Linda Margolin Royal

A novel inspired by the 'Japanese Schindler' and the author's personal ties to his wartime actions.

Two panels. Left with black and white portrait of a woman with dark hair and glasses. Right is cover of a book, called Television.

Book review: Television, Kate Middleton

An ode to the ways in which television nurtures our self-understanding.

Profile photo of a man with brown hair and a black t-shirt against a blue background. Daniel Connell.

Comedy review: Daniel Connell: Little Aussie Battler, Fringe World, WA

A comic with the requisite flair for storytelling.

A man playing the piano is on the right hand side, in the background surrounding him are violinists, standing upright. Camerata, Alex Raineri.

Music review: Camerata and Alex Raineri: Beethoven, QPAC

A classic German program opened Camerata’s powerful 2024 season. 

Three people are hanging out of a yellow car, which has cut-off panels. Stunt Double.

Theatre review: Stunt Double, Perth Festival

Inside the filming of a 1970s Aussie action flick – with cast, crew, stunt doubles and volunteers.

Meet Me at Dawn. Two women on a small stage set of a two sides of a broken down wall (with a door in one and window in the other), blue sand beneath. One woman is seated leaning back and the other is standing and gesturing with her palms face up.

Theatre review: Meet Me at Dawn, Arts Centre Melbourne

Losing your bearings in this play about grief and loss.

Four male and female performers in casual clothing dancing spot lit under smoky lights on an open stage. Coalescing Towards. Perth Festival

Dance Review: Coalescing Towards, State Theatre Centre of WA, Perth Festival

A feast of hypnotic movement delivered in idiosyncratic style by a stellar cast of independent dancers.

Anne-Marie Te Whiu holding a copy of Woven.

Book review: Woven, edited by Anne-Marie Te Whiu

A poetry collection that weaves together First Nations voices from around the globe.

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