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The line between Prince Charming and Bluebeard has long been blurred, says Adrian Martin of this enjoyably creepy Netflix series.
This year, Perth has once again been favoured by visits from a wide variety of artists, both local and visiting.
A tight production which still has time for silences and stillness.
More divine than human.
Brilliant pianism impeded by an ungenerous acoustic.
An evening concert of jazz from an array of Australia’s top performers.
Saunders uses Fox 8’s voice to tell a fascinating bedtime story while pleading for the preservation of endangered species.
Melbourne Women in Film Festival presents Angie Black's strong feature.
Chris Boyd reviews the four-part thriller currently screening on the ABC and finds it thoroughly engrossing.
A collaboration of ballet dancers from around the world brings a new perspective to the art form.
Two shorts from the Melbourne Women in Film Festival, which is running from 21-24 February 2019.
English language Western opens the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival 2019.
At Eternity’s Gate is the latest film about Vincent van Gogh, arguably the western world’s most beloved artist.
With attention to detail, historical research and the assembling of a skilled company, this Jesus Christ Superstar is respectful, dramatic and musically excellent.
Two exhibitions at PICA give viewers the opportunity to confront, and to change, societal perceptions of complicit violence, making them active witnesses.
A riveting piece of theatre that collapses mediums, genres, histories and logic allowing us to dwell, momentarily, in that place between our world and another.
One Infinity is a reminder of our place within this ever-expanding, infinite universe.
This murder mystery is a Sunday Times bestseller. It won the Costa First Novel award and the Books are My Bag award.
Reading one of Malcolm’s essays is more like reading a short story than a newspaper article.
Twenty years after performing alongside her parents, Ursula Martinez revisits the conceit after her father's death and as her mother battles dementia.
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