ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

THEATRE: AND MISS REARDON DRINKS A LITTLE

REVIEW BY ANNA HARRISON The familiar scenario of sibling interplay provides the premise for The Darlinghurst Theatre’s latest offering And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little… Read more

PRINCE CASPIAN

In this sequel to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the four Pevensie children return to Narnia, where an evil king has usurped … Read more

GIG: BLOOD

PREVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM One of the most intriguing pop culture phenomena to come out of Japan in the last few decades is the visual … Read more

Blood Red Shoes – Box of Secrets

Box of Secrets – Blood Red Shoes By Aidan Roberts It’s not usually very constructive to declaim a genre of music based on assumed popular … Read more

Vetiver – Thing of the Past

Thing of the Past – Vetiver By Aidan Roberts Andy Cabic, longtime friend and musical associate to Devendra Banhart, has a wonderful band called Vetiver. … Read more

Thalia Zedek Band – Liars and Prayers

Liars and Prayers – Thalia Zedek Band By Chris Peken There is a lot to like about Thalia Zedek if you are a stalwart supporter … Read more

GIG: THE ANDI AND GEORGE BAND

BY JASMINE MCLENNAN The more the merrier is the motto of (the best thing to come out of) Canberra band The Andi and George Band… Read more

THEATRE: THE PILLOWMAN

PREVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM Arrogant but largely unpublished fiction writer Katurian finds himself in an interrogation cell. He thinks it might have something to do … Read more

SOUNDS ON SCREEN AT THE 55TH SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

BY AMELIA GROOM ‘The notion of locking in for a film festival for days on end may be really compelling for film nerds like me,’ … Read more

CIRCUS: DRALION BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL

PREVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM Cirque du Soleil’s trademark blue and yellow Grand Chapiteau will be returning to Sydney’s Moore Park in July, hosting the Canadian … Read more