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…
Music programs for youths on the fringe
Addressing the widening gap in music education for youths with a different demographic in mind.
Take us as we are – empowering neurodivergent and disabled experiences in the arts
The arts industry has a long way to go in accommodating creatives and audiences who do not conform to dominant,…
Theatre Review: Welcome to Your New Life, State Theatre Company SA
Based on a memoir, 'Welcome to your New Life' explores pregnancy and motherhood.
Education in brief: looking ahead to fresh arts learning in 2024
The NGV launches its program for teachers and students in 2024, while the Sydney Opera House reveals offerings for young…
Theatre review: Oil, Wharf 1 Theatre, Sydney
An historical play that explores the fault lines of colonialism, empire and capitalism.
Opportunities and awards
Darwin Fringe call-out, plus winners of Sculpture by the Sea, and finalists of Small Press Network's Book of the Year…
Hobart to host new comedy festival in 2024
Building on Hobart’s strong local comedy scene and presented by the team behind Dark Mofo, the new festival will run…
New Ghosts take over the Old Fitz
New Ghosts Theatre, led by independent artists Lucy Clements and Emma Wright, will take the reins of Sydney’s iconic Old…