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Australian-based British writer Anna Downes’ debut novel is an intense domestic thriller.
Director Nicole Miller has crafted an affectionate and nostalgic portrait of the Club and its community writes Port Adelaide local, Dr Diana Carroll.
Ironically enough, Ascendant – a film in which a young woman is trapped in an elevator – also has a good film inside it trying to get out, writes Anthony Morris.
A drama where everybody hurts, Wakefield’s equal opportunity compassion holds it all together.
Two 1950’s enthusiasts discover that the golden era they adore and seek to emulate may be harder to maintain than expected in this relatable STC production.
The QLD artist collective proppaNOW shaped the landscape for contemporary Aboriginal art. A new survey exhibition asks audiences to bare witness to the tensions and trajectory their narratives map.
Mixing circus, puppetry and the odd fart joke, the Dummies return with a show that takes you camping even when you can't find a spot for the tent.
Ben Kochan is obviously a comedy lover and observer of the odd – naming his show for an audience member’s fumble in Penn and Teller: Fool Us – but this has made him unsure which comedy he’s actually practicing in his latest show.
A transportive, immersive, choose your own theatrical adventure.
A compelling approach to sound, society, and disability.
Self-deprecating and sassy comedy from a performer whose creativity shines through in the wickedly clever lyrics of her songs.
Three comedians offer a selection of humorous hors d'oeuvres that together combine to make a damn fine comedic meal.
A good G-rated, kid-friendly comedy act.
Adam Hills' brand of humour transforms everyday events into unabashed joy.
Fuzzy, comfy and cosy, Josh Thomas's US series is more about mood than story or character development and that's alright, says Anthony Morris.
First Nations photographer Michael Cook takes a spin on a Dutch Old Masters aesthetic in a new series that weaves colonial narratives with climate change, allegory and degradation.
From the moment he lounges on stage, Gleeson captures attention with a confident, piss-taking performance.
While we struggle with COVID and global warming narratives, Fire Flood Plague offers news perspectives on what has happened to the world around us.
A relationship drama plays out with a touch of mystery in the new SBS shortform series set on the wild west coast of Tasmania, says Raveena Grover.
The welcome return of Zoë Coombs Marr to stand up after a year quietened by COVID brings more than just snappy one-liners in this personal show that delivers the laughs.
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