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Julia Slater-Allan and Sam Corr in ‘Cutting Onions’. Photo: Supplied. A woman sitting on the countertop based in purple light in a domestic sitting, gesturing to a man wearing a black hoodie.

Theatre review: Cutting Onions, The MC Showroom

A visual extravaganza about modern relationships.

Natalie Gamsu. Photo: Marija Ivkovic. A person smiling brightly wearing a red top and black skirt, which she is holding in her hand.

Theatre review: Shrapnel, fortyfivedownstairs

A production that celebrates Natalie Gamsu and invites the Jewish South African community to recall memories of their formative years.

James Joyce (Tref Gare) performing his spider dance in ‘ Samuel Beckett and the Rainbow Girl’. Photo: Jody Jane Stitt.

Theatre review: Samuel Beckett and the Rainbow Girl, St Martin’s Theatre

A new play exploring Irish novelist James Joyce’s Paris years in the 1920s.

Ten figures are sitting cross-legged in formation with their hands raised above their heads. They are wearing light, floaty trousers. The men are bare-chested. The women are wearing brown-coloured bras.

Dance review: Horizon, Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Bangarra Dance Theatre’s darkly beautiful new production draws upon the ancient roots of both Australian and New Zealand First Nations…

man and woman in gallery exhibiting Egyptian artefacts. Pharaoh.

Exhibition review: Pharaoh, NGV International

This is an exhibition that demonstrates how we can shift up and still surprise – and how we can show…

Two white men dressed in Victorian era garb sit on a stage, either side of a large theatrical costumes/props basket with a decanter on the top of it. One man is draped in a blanket and clutches a glass looking worriedly at the older grey haired man, who also looks concerned but off downstage right, clasping his hands in his lap.

Theatre review: The Woman in Black, QPAC

A powerful production of this acclaimed British thriller has commenced its Australian nationwide tour. 

Death in the Pantheon. On a dark stage two actors are bathed in green light. One can only be seen from the neck down and is holding an ornate drinking contraption, with a red glass case, the other is bending below it to drink.

Theatre review: Death in the Pantheon, Flight Path Theatre

The latest production from Sydney’s Upper Crass Theatre Company is somewhat flawed – but not without its charms. 

There are four iillustrations by the artist Alphonse Mucha. Two smaller pictures sit on top of each other and two bigger pictures are on either side.

Exhibition review: Alphonse Mucha: Spirit of Art Nouveau, Art Gallery of New South Wales

This comprehensive exhibition showcases 200 Mucha works, from posters to sculpture, jewellery and more.

Three men and a woman are standing on treadmills. They have their arms in the air.

Performance review: Burnout Paradise, Pony Cam Collective, RISING Festival, Malthouse

A frenzy of tasks performed on treadmills – but to what end?

Suhani Shah. A woman with a short bob haircut wearing a sparkling maroon pantsuit is standing on stage in front of heavy curtains. She has her left arm raised and fingers pointed to the sky.

Performance review: Suhani Shah, Spellbound, RISING Festival, The Capitol

A magic mentalist show from a star Indian performer.

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