September 10, 2018

The unbearable rightness of being young and silly

The brilliant comic talents of the trio known as post are on glorious display in this slice of absurdist and scatological nostalgia.
September 10, 2018

Triple J host Gen Fricker allegedly stalked for months

Police have been told the man grabbed a host Gen Fricker inside the ABC offices and kissed her on the mouth last week.
September 10, 2018

Spectacular furniture exhibition is a Feather(ston) in Heide’s cap

A beautiful exhibition brings together some of the best designs of Grant and Mary Featherston.
September 10, 2018

The Comedy of Errors review: A pie in the face, and as funny as a fight

The Pop-up Globe lends old comedy new immediacy.
September 10, 2018

Who can drag 2DayFM’s breakfast show out of its doldrums?

Monday marked the first day of 2DayFM’s long struggling Sydney breakfast show since Em Rusciano announced her departure.
September 10, 2018

Sheppard review: Eurovision, are you listening?

We may have found Australia's next Eurovision contestants.
September 10, 2018

Furry nice indeed: The Cat Empire bring the party to the Palais

It's cold outside but when the Cat Empire hit their stride it suddenly feels like summer and no one wants to sit down. 
September 10, 2018

In a house without love, piano was the key for sculptor Ken Unsworth

Now 87 and the subject of a major retrospective at the NGV, the sculptor, thrice adopted as a child, finds one passion remains.
September 10, 2018

Sinfonia Flamenca review: A welcome and unmistakable taste of Spain

Spain's unmistakable musical persona was recognisable from the smouldering guitar chords of flamenco guitarist Juan Carmona's opening solo right through to the invigorated close of his Sinfonia Flamenca for flamenco ensemble, dancer and orchestra under...
September 10, 2018

Dance as history lesson: Bangarra’s Dark Emu demands a rethink

Bangarra's latest dance work challenges the idea that pre-colonial Aborigines were solely hunter-gatherers.
September 10, 2018

Macbeth review: A Macbeth whose mind is truly full of scorpions

Pop-up Globe's production of Macbeth restores the play's full horror – and with not a lighting effect in sight.
September 10, 2018

‘Danger to the community’: Prue MacSween unleashes on Greens MP

The comments come just days after the conservative commentator was found to have contributed to racial vilification on Seven's Sunrise program.