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Brooklyn Rider. A Black and white image of four men clowning. One has his arms out and one leg in the air, the other three sit around him, one gesticulating with his viola, one with his hands on his head and the third siting quite demurely with his hands holding an iPhone.

Music review: Brooklyn Rider – The Four Elements, Melbourne Recital Centre

A program that grappled with climate change was performed with aplomb by the New York string quartet.

Mona Foma, Kutcha Edwards and the Australian Art Orchestra. Image is of a First Nations man singing at night on a stage, with a band of musicians around him and yellow spotlights beaming across the image.

Music review: Mona Sessions, Moma Foma

Mona Sessions presented a dazzling array of different musical acts as part of the Mona Foma festival.

Sherlock Holmes. Image is a grey-haired middle aged man in a gold brocade smoking jacket.

Performance review: Sherlock Holmes: The Last Act, Adelaide Fringe Festival

A one-man performance channelling arguably the world's most famous detective.


Theatre review: The Lewis Trilogy, Griffin Theatre

A trilogy of plays by Louis Nowra is a mixed bag of treats.


Music review: Umberto’s Mahler, QPAC

A triumphant Mahler 7 opened the Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s 2024 Maestro Series.

Future Cargo. Two figures in silver bodysuits moving across a panel.

Performance review: Future Cargo, Adelaide Fringe Festival

Alien arrivals distinguish a mesmerising dance performance.

Are we not drawn onward to a new erA. The image is of a single person wearing a nose/mouth mask on a stage holding up a smoking flare, surrounded by smoke with bits of detritus - fabric - at their feet.

Performance review: Are we not drawn onward to new erA, State Theatre of WA, Perth Festival

Does 'Are we not drawn onward to new erA’ show us how things are’?

A man is seated at a table. A woman is standing above him. They are both in 1930s period costume.

Theatre review: Gaslight, Playhouse Theatre, QPAC

A revitalised production of Patrick Hamilton's play blends contemporary norms alongside classic thriller tropes with mixed results.    

Logue Lake: a male actor holding a coffee mug, standing on stage framed by an open window with curtains at the side.

Theatre Review: Logue Lake, Perth Festival

A new take on the thriller genre offers many twists, with some revelations landing better than others.

‘Food’ at Perth Festival 2024. Photo: Maria Baranova. Audiences sit at a large table covered by a white table cloth. A glowing chandelier hangs above them, while the performer is serving audiences wine.

Performance review: Food, Perth Festival

Interactive show where audiences are invited to have a seat at the table.

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