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Solid family entertainment, this remake of a classic works best when it sticks to the original story.
A traditional and essentially conservative biopic that your mum might like if The Favourite is too weird.
With an ensemble of astonishing depth Counting and Cracking is culturally, dramatically and comically rich.
A terrific blend of circus and Mozart's music – a totally enchanting show.
M. Night Shyamalan concludes his Eastrail 177 Trilogy with a film that never feels like the sum of its parts.
Chloe Hooper shares her insights into the sort of person who might perpetrate the crime of arson.
Moominpappa at Sea is a delightful way to kick off your new year of theatre and immerse the little ones into the enchanting world of theatre.
Wonderful acting, inspired choreography, special effects galore, and enough energy to leave you on a sugar high. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is exactly what one wants in a big musical.
An exciting adaptation of Gabrielle Wang's book A Ghost in my Suitcase. Barking Gecko bring us a wonderful ghost busting tale.
The potential in The Librarian of Auschwitz turns from a potential page-turner into a page-counter.
A raw, engaging experience, and perhaps a breath of fresh air for jaded theatre types.
Ten years on from its Australian debut, Jersey Boys has returned to a well-deserved standing ovation in Brisbane.
The Beehive is more than a story about a missing socialite, it's a fresh take on the documentary genre that scratches the raw sore of gentrification, corruption and violence in our society.
A flawless performance by Ryan Hawke as Mr Toad is one of the highlights of this exuberant and playful production staged in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens.
A charming work and good cast held back by a worn and ineffective production.
Maybe-girlfriend tells us what she does and thinks and what happens in her community with eloquence, passion and conviction.
North by Northwest is the perfect holiday escape.
PIGEONHOLED is an act of defiance as much as it is a swing at the glass ceiling of genre writing.
This nuanced novel is told from a woman’s point of view, representing a refreshing change from many a spy story.
The authors explore a significant range of actions that could mitigate the disaster our planet is hurtling towards.
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