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Adapted for the stage by Tom Wright and directed by Matthew Lutton Bliss is a show which makes you question who is right and who is wrong – and at times what the hell is going on?
Willy Russell’s play, Shirley Valentine, was written just over 30 years ago. Now, in this marvelous production the play feels as fresh as if it was hot off the press.
A complex life split between homeland and adopted home where big issues tangle themselves with the everyday.
Living Treasures of Australian Music tell their stories with heart and sing their songs with soul.
World-class orchestral performance under an acclaimed conductor.
In The Calling, Simmons, with the aid of Sally Blackwood shows a far more developed sense of narrative. The raw and complex rhythms of a journey home made pulsating glory of chaos and colour.
This exhibition, currently showing at the Ian Potter Gallery, is testament to an artist that continues to resist the ready categorisation of his work.
An intimate evening of shared personal stories. Rayson is a true storyteller.
An important exhibition that draws upon little known yet epic encounters, intersections and histories that have surprising resonances for Australians.
It might delve into parallel worlds, but this Australian sci-fi effort can’t find its own space or escape its generic nature.
Diverse, fresh, and vivid voices animate this extraordinary writers’ festival.
Italian Maestro Riccardo Muti conducts the exceptional Australian World Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House for the opening of their 2018 concert season.
Camerata's Souvenir is a fine sample of world class, home-grown talent.
A new, vibrant cast touring Australia for the next month.
Richard Linklater’s latest again explores the influence of the past on the present, but can’t always balance its varied tones.
Waterhole, published by University of Queensland Press, is aimed at young readers and in that respect it succeeds.
Every school child, science student, design student, gaming or technology student should see this exhibition as it offers a non-threatening way to help navigate our future world.
A brilliant musical realisation of a deeply moving tragedy if in a very peculiar interpretation.
Marvel's massive superhero mash-up proceeds with purpose and precision, and earns the 19-film investment of its audience.
This multi-language solo performance by artist Jodee Mundy sheds light on a diverse community and should be incorporated into the Australian school curriculum.
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