The core of this exhibition will be made up of around 30 recent paintings, drawings and watercolours by David Henderson. This exhibition will take guest … Read more
If you’re searching for chill summer vibes as the weather gets warmer, look no further than singer/songwriter Dan Parsons’ brand new album Sunday Morning Cinema… Read more
Waterlogged would have been a better title. This is a monumental yawner from director Wim Wenders.
Scottish M16 agent James Moore (James McAvoy) and bio-mathematician … Read more
This fast paced musical is more like a modern opera; there is little unsung dialogue and it’s full of emotional depth and character exploration. Written … Read more
A City Hub review of the brilliant period comedy Nell Gwynn doesn’t really do it justice. It should be screamed from the front page of … Read more
New Zealand performer Jennifer Ward-Lealand pays homage to legendary Hollywood actress and singer Marlene Dietrich, in a cabaret tribute show, Falling In Love Again. … Read more
More than just a tediously drawn out melodrama, this is also unforgivably misogynous in its depiction of female sexuality. Ian McEwan wrote both the original … Read more
There is only one thing wrong with this short film: it’s short. The 20 minutes in which you are immersed in the enchanted, inspiring world … Read more
Brisbane’s eight-piece band Halfway is back, releasing their new album Rain Lover!
Catchy as always, the musicians from Brisbane again show their talent for … Read more
Opera Australia’s new production of Aida is nothing short of ground breaking. Ten massive moveable LED screens serve as a backdrop for this mesmerising production … Read more