ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

THEATRE: WAY TO HEAVEN

As far as facts go, we know this:  The Nazis opened up a concentration camp called Theresienstadt to a Red Cross worker who wished to … Read more

THEATRE: THE FASTEST CLOCK IN THE UNIVERSE

Cougar Glass refuses to admit he’s getting old. Every year on his birthday he celebrates turning 19, again. This year is no exception, and he’s … Read more

EXHIBITION: WILDERNESS

The landscapes of Balnaves’ Contemporary Painting exhibition are those that dwell inside of us; shadowy half-remembrances, media montages, dreams flattened. Although the title Wilderness suggests … Read more

THEATRE: THE WALWORTH FARCE

Michael Glenn Murphy seems relaxed and cheery and happy to talk when I call him for an interview about the play, The Walworth Farce.  … Read more

MOVIE: CLASH OF THE TITANS

The latest blockbuster for Hollywood money maker Sam Worthington Clash of the Titans wastes little time in ramping up the action. Demons, spirits, gods and … Read more

SUCKERS

The new wave is definitely alive and strong in Brooklyn. These guys are a reasonably new outfit from that epicentre of American alternate chic, and … Read more

MOVIE: KICK-ASS

It’s wonderfully depraved; it’s uber-gonzo; it’s bitingly funny; it’s Kick-Ass! Matthew Vaughn’s unapologetically over-the-top flick is the hippest, most exhilarating film out now. It’s … Read more

BALLET: THE SILVER ROSE

Jealousy, infidelity, love gone wrong. No, this is not the description of an episode of Melrose Place. These are the main themes of The … Read more

ARE YOU SPLENDID?

What happens when you pour 600 gallons of beer, a few gumboots, some splashes of face paint, a dozen or so low-slung black jeans and … Read more

MOVIE: NANNY MCPHEE & THE BIG BANG

Mrs Green’s (Maggie Gyllenhaal) life is falling apart. Her husband is away at war, and she’s been left to care for five fighting children – … Read more