Here’s something to think about – a fruit-salad tree!
Films that divide the critics are nearly always worth watching.
This month (with more to come in February is burger review time.
You could light a fire with Lo Carmen’s voice, it’s so flinty.
“How It All Unfolds” is a lovely record, meticulously crafted, consistently moving and warm.
Newtown Festival’s “Home is where the heart is” theme embraced by stall holders.
How did it feel to win the scholarship just one day after opening your first commercial solo exhibition in Sydney?
Handcrafts and writing addressing the theme of ‘Yearning for Peace’
The brilliant Bangarra’s second Carriagework season, Ones Country: The Spine of Our Stories, presents three new works and introduces three debut choreographers. Each dance tells a story of the choreographers’ heritage, encompassing North East Arnhem Land, the urban wilderness and Torres Strait Islands.
You need not be familiar with the conventions of Agatha Christie-style murder mysteries to enjoy Bloody Murder but if you are, this excellent production is exceptionally funny.