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Milked. Two young men sit on a stage of fake grass, one looking down despondent, the other crouched in front of him.

Theatre review: Milked, fortyfivedownstairs

Two childhood friends in rural Herefordshire traverse life's emotional landscape.

Ghost Poetry. On the left is a book cover with a close-up of a horse's face. On the right is an author image of a young man in a field, with his hands in his pockets and looking off to the right.

Book Review: Ghost Poetry, Robbie Coburn

A poetry collection that reflects deeply on trauma, loss and hope.

Who Comes Calling? On the left is a red and blue abstract book cover, on the right a head and shoulders author image of a woman of Asian appearance with shoulder length straight black hair parted in the middle and a grey short sleeved T shirt.

Book review: Who Comes Calling?, Miriam Wei Wei Lo

Miriam Wei Wei Lo's second poetry collection explores motherhood, immigration, religion and the creative life.

Two of Them. Two men in business suits on a stage. One is in the centre with his arms outstretched to the side, the other sitting behind on a stool with his arm in a sling. There are two abstract projections of spheres on the back wall.

Theatre review: Two of Them, Adelaide Fringe

An absurd mix of text, movement and animation.

Woman in black dress sweeping up sand artwork in old building

Exhibition review: Dana Awartani, Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide

An undoubted highlight of the Adelaide Festival visual arts program, this exhibition explores creation and erasure.

The Sound of Music. Image is a woman in a white nightgown sitting on a bed singing to the seven children sitting and standing around her.

Musical review: The Sound of Music, The National Theatre

The iconic musical returns for another opportunity to revisit a few of your favourite songs.


Opera review: The Nightingale and Other Fables, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Festival

A stunningly inventive operatic reimagining makes its Australian debut in Adelaide. 

Lehmann Trilogy. Image is a man in a red tinted corporate office, with a grid of square fluorescent lights overhead. He is standing on a boardroom table with his arms outstretched to the side. Around him are file boxes and one is being carried out by an office worker.

Theatre review: The Lehman Trilogy, Theatre Royal, Sydney

An epic journey through the life of the company at the epicentre of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.

Angélique Kidjo. A woman of African appearance in a red patterned African dress and turban sings into a microphone against a black backdrop.

Music review: Angélique Kidjo, Perth Festival

Angélique Kidjo celebrated her 40-year career and recent album, 'Mother Nature'.

The Hate Race. A woman in blue is standing on a stage marked with yellow and brown wavy patterns. She next to a bicycle and there is a large half circle light shape on the back wall.

Theatre review: The Hate Race, Malthouse Theatre

Maxine Beneba Clarke's memoir receives a poignant and powerful adaptation.

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