ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

GIG: SOPHIE KOH

PREVIEW BY JASMINE MCLENNAN Sophie Koh is armed with a brand new album with a different style and is ready to bedazzle audiences in Australia … Read more

THEATRE: RUBEN GUTHRIE BY BRENDAN COWELL

REVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM   From up-and-coming writer Brendan Cowell comes the story of a young guy who’s got it all ‘ the parties, high-flying job, … Read more

THEATRE: THE GOOD GERMAN

PREVIEW BY LACHLAN JOBBINS ‘Faced with personal risk, how far would you go to save a life’ Would you prefer to ‘not get involved” Would … Read more

EXHIBITION: WANYUBI MARIKA & YOUNG GUNS II

BY AMELIA GROOM Over the last decade, Annandale Galleries has continued to increase its focus on contemporary Aboriginal art within its broad program of local … Read more

Be Your Own Pet – Get Awkward

Get Awkward – Be Your Own Pet By Chris Peken This little quartet may hail from Nashville but don’t start thinking Johnny Cash and June … Read more

THEATRE: ROCK ‘N’ ROLL BY TOM STOPPARD

REVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM What did rock music have to do with the political uprising and cultural revolutions of the 60s and 70s’ Can dissent … Read more

Jesse Younan – A Good Day For a Migraine

A Good Day For a Migraine – Jesse Younan By Chris Peken Jesse Younan sets himself apart from the “another man, another guitar, another singer/songwriter” … Read more

The Teenagers – Reality Check

Reality Check – The Teenagers By Chris Peken Name three great French bands of the last decade. No, Plastic Bertrand doesn’t count. Paris may be … Read more

THEATRE: LA LA LUNA

REVIEW BY JASMINE MCLELLAN La La Luna delights children and adults alike at the Seymour Centre this April. Wolfe Bowart is unforgettable as the boy … Read more

EXHIBITION: JOHN ASLANIDIS – SONIC NETWORK NO. 3

See what you hear and hear what you see. Preferring to call himself a sound artist rather than a painter, John Aslanidis’ work explores geometric … Read more