ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

YOU DON’T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN

Call me immature, but I thought this was very amusing. Adam Sandler plays Zohan, an obscenely well-endowed Israeli commando who dreams of putting away his … Read more

Bonnie “Prince” Billy – Lie Down in the Light

Lie Down in the Light – Bonnie “Prince” Billy By Chris Peken Square dance anyone’ Okay, it’s only the one track, the opening Easy Does … Read more

BIENNALE FOCUS: PIER 2/3

BY AMELIA GROOM Showcasing work from over 180 artists from 42 countries, the 2008 Biennale of Sydney takes in seven of the city’s galleries and … Read more

THEATRE: LOVEBITES

REVIEW BY JASMINE MCLENNAN Expect to laugh, cry, squirm and reminisce while watching LoveBites by James Millar and Peter Rutherford. And love does bite in … Read more

BOOK LAUNCH: SOMETIMES I JUST NEED QUIET BY SAM HODGE

A collection of recent photographs from Sam Hodge, Sometimes I Just Need Quiet is being launched at MOP projects in Chippendale this Sunday afternoon. With … Read more

THE INCREDIBLE HULK

This is the latest big screen incarnation of one of the most enduring superheroes in the entire Marvel Comics pantheon. It’s easy to see, with … Read more

SPEED RACER

This is a family-friendly remake of the 1960s anime favourite, the story of a young man’s quest to become the greatest racing car driver in … Read more

THE BAND’S VISIT

Arab-Israeli relations is not the first place you’d look for comedy, but this is one of the loveliest and funniest films I’ve seen in ages. … Read more

MUSIC: WORLD SHAKUHACHI FESTIVAL 2008

PREVIEW BY BRAD GILL Australia’s thriving percussion scene comprises a growing number of exciting young musicians along with established ensembles with a strong history of … Read more

THEATRE: SPRING AWAKENING

PREVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM In a small, provincial town at the turn of the 19th Century, a group of school children struggle with their unpredicted … Read more