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With Joel Edgerton, Ben Mendelsohn and Timothy Chalamet, David Michôd's loose version of Shakespeare's Henriad should be more epic or more fun.
After the Wedding has a small release but deserves to find an audience which enjoys fine actors subtly hacking each other up with backdrops to die for.
Eight interconnected stories by Maura Pierlot explore neurodiversity, gender identity, family and belonging.
A refreshing novel for its focus on a middle-aged female protagonist and her ongoing hustle.
A journey across cultures and down the rabbit hole.
Huo Yan’s atmospheric novella focuses on international communities and misanthropic loneliness.
The beloved Briefs boys are back with ribald humour, athletic prowess and all-round charming antics.
Debra Adelaide’s collected essays offer forthright insight on living alongside books.
This Italo-Australian romantic drama is sincerely charming, but does that make up for its lack of sophistication?
A fabulous family-friendly cornucopia of music, mime, and special effects.
Stage adaptation of the classic novel resonates in today’s world with its focus on love, freedom, and social conditioning.
A great Australian story told through fashion that is a call for us to question our individual sense of identity today.
Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst’s live show is a comic Grand Designs with music and a healthy dash of nostalgia.
ACMI’s popular interactive exhibition comes to Canberra, showcasing the diversity and creativity of games.
An absurdist piece of metatheatre that touches on relationships, identity, performativity, and the games that people play.
Reed-Gilbert’s memoir is a touching if somewhat disjointed ode to the fearless woman who raised her against all odds.
Tracking the first decade of the White Rabbit Gallery, THEN is an exhibition that reveals lessons in time.
Keziah Warner’s play shows that the stage, in its analogue austerity, has something to add to sci-fi.
Maria MacDermott’s work plays with interactions between human forms and other organic matter, while another exhibition has four ceramicists exploring the colour blue.
Daryl Somers, Jason Bensen and cast show that The Producers is a story meant for the stage.
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