Theatre review: AutoCannibal, Darwin Festival
Physical theatre meets the end of the world in this playfully abject one-man show.
Concert review: Bungul, Darwin Festival
A remarkable fusion of Yolŋu culture and the Western classical music tradition performed under the stars for the festival’s opening…
The arts news you may have missed
What's on, what's in the headlines, and the latest program releases – to put you ahead of the game this…
Festival turns 75 after two years of pandemic disruption
Edinburgh Festival returns to a full live event with opening performances by Australian talents.
First Nations legend who ‘bridged two worlds’ joins Hall of Fame
A proud Yolngu artist with international acclaim, Gurrumul’s songs took Country and Culture far and wide.
Theatre review: Medea: Out of The Mouths of Babes
Euripides' classic tale as seen through Medea's children is flamboyant but muddied.
Dance review: Jagad
Inner worlds merge with the outer universe in this mystical work of contemporary dance.
New regional theatre gets $3.3M green light
The Borderville Studio Theatre will expand the Flying Fruit Fly Circus’ existing headquarters with a custom-built performance space for circus…
Theatre review: Future.Joy.Club.
A delicious cocktail of burlesque finery from Finucane and Smith and friends.
Opportunities and awards
Saatchi launches new emerging artist prize, Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund inviting applications and 2022 William and Winifred Bowness Photography…