September 6, 2018

Ladies in Black, a love letter to Sydney

A film adaptation of Madeleine St John’s witty bestselling novel takes us into the world of the grand department store as Sydney comes of age.
September 6, 2018

Doctor Who finally gets UK air date, throws ABC programming into spin

Season 11 will see viewers introduced to a female doctor.
September 6, 2018

Juliet, Naked review: Chris O’Dowd a scene stealer but fanboy tale hits dud note

Even if it's one of the lesser Nick Hornby adaptations, it's still engaging and intelligent about the human condition.
September 6, 2018

A Midsummer Night’s Dream review: Globe’s Kiwi Bard ditches the reverence

This is as rollicking and immersive a production of Shakespeare's most popular comedy as has ever romped across a modern stage.
September 6, 2018

Social Seen: Local stars hit red carpet for Shakespearean Pop-up Globe opening

Best events in Sydney this week: A replica of Shakespeare's second Globe Theatre hits Sydney and renowned artist Sarah Kelk shares her skills with amateurs. By Amy Croffey – amy.croffey@fairfaxmedia.com.au.
September 6, 2018

Neil Finn makes debut with Fleetwood Mac on Ellen

The Crowded House frontman joined the band in April after they fired leading songwriter Lindsey Buckingham.
September 6, 2018

Sydney jazz saxophonist to make his Canberra debut

Michael Griffin, 27, has been playing saxophone most of his life and is artist-in-residence with Fine Music 102.5FM.
September 6, 2018

Ironbound review: A migrant dream becomes a black-eye reality

Martyna Majok's play tears the veneer from human interaction
September 6, 2018

Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood killed off in House of Cards

"When they bury me, it won't be in my backyard."
September 6, 2018

McQueen film shows the passion behind the fashion

For British designer Alexander McQueen, his shows were always about more than fashion.
September 5, 2018

Why everyone says: “I do!”

You are cordially invited to some of the biggest and best weddings on screen!
September 5, 2018

Roy Moore sues Sacha Baron Cohen for $132 million over ‘defamatory’ TV prank

The former Republican senate candidate claims he was falsely portrayed as a sex offender on Baron Cohen's latest show.