Profoundly confronting this controversial Australian film which is set during the sadistic colonisation of Tasmania in 1825, is unpleasant but mandatory viewing.
The story centres … Read more
This is the festival’s 10th anniversary in Australia which also celebrates 100 years of Korean filmmaking with an excellent program of 22 films.
“Korean … Read more
The New Theatre’s goal is to promote fresh talent in less prominent productions aimed at discerning ‘thinking’ audiences, who expect originality in their theatre-going experiences … Read more
This powerful and contemporary Indigenous play penned by Australian playwright Jane Harrison and presented by Moogahlin Performing Arts focuses on three generations of indigenous women, … Read more
Set in Vietnam in 1966, this ambitious Australian war film examines the events leading up to 108 Australian and New Zealand soldiers triumphantly battling over … Read more
Fans of supergroup ABBA won’t be disappointed in the latest revival of Mamma Mia!, a musical which has had sold-out seasons worldwide.
Packemin Productions, whose … Read more
A cautionary tale lies crystal clear beneath this seductively intriguing French tale of catfish, as a 50-year-old woman tries to lure a much younger man … Read more
Readers of this publication definitely won’t require any introduction to Mamma Mia!, the worldwide phenomenally successful musical which has also spawned an extraordinarily popular … Read more
Banging Denmark, which is penned by Australian playwright Van Badham, has its world premiere at the Opera House and should prove to be a … Read more
This inspiring British biopic set in 1961 is based on the true-life events which led to the defection of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev from the … Read more