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A bare stage aside from a single chair. To the left of it is a white teenaged girl looking anguished on the floor. An older white woman is behind her holding her and attempting to console her.
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Theatre review: The Almighty Sometimes, Southbank Theatre

The MTC's adaptation of this multi award-winning play about teenage mental illness is sensitive and nuanced.

Four actors on a stage. On the left a white haired white woman in black, behind her a woman in a long red dress, seated at a desk is a middle aged white man with a beard, and on the right is a man in military uniform. The President.
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Theatre review: The President, Roslyn Packer Theatre

A talented cast is wasted in this disappointing production.

A young white man wears a white vest and a red Tudor hat with a long feature. He has his hands steepled in front of his face pensively.
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Comedy review: Adrian Bliss: Inside Everyone, Malthouse Theatre, MICF 2024

A TikTok sensation makes it to the stage, with hilarious results.

A woman of south-east Asian appearance wears a black scoop neck top and smiles at the camera with one hand behind her head. Sashi Perera.
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Comedy review: Sashi Perera: Boundaries, Trades Hall, 2024

A rising star who explores the messiness and blurriness of life.

A white woman stands in front of a massive projection of herself in which she is pointing with her index finger in close up to the camera. Sarah Aiken. PICA
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Dance review: Make Your Life Count, PICA

An ambitious solo work that incorporates video and text.

Against a green leafy wallpaper backdrop a white man with blond hair and a green jacket grimaces at the camera and has a spooky skeleton hand on his shoulder.
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Comedy review: Andy Balloch, Killing Time, The Motley Bauhaus, MICF 2024

The clock is ticking, but you can still catch this show if you hurry...

Image is a yellow man made out of LEGO bricks pulling open his own chest so that more bricks fall out.
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Exhibition review: Art of The Brick, Melbourne Showgrounds

Over a million LEGO pieces have been used in this exhibition, which returns to Melbourne with new sculptures.

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Comedy Review: Elf Lyons, Raven, The Greek, MICF 2024

Equal parts chilling and thrilling, this show has it all.

Two men sit on chairs side by side. One reaches across to hold the hand of the other.
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Theatre review: A Case for The Existence of God, Red Stitch Actors' Theatre

A two-hander about close male friendships and mental health.

Possum Magic. Two actors in khaki style uniforms turn axles with a wheel on one side, while between them two white female actors are dressed as possums and are being transported. Behind the actors is a tree and a map of Australia on the back wall.
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Theatre review: Possum Magic, Alexander Theatre

A beloved children's book was theatrically transformed into a magical production.

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