September 2, 2018

Globe-trotting Barnett returns to her roots and wows Melbourne crowd

Courtney Barnett’s sound has the kind of fresh-faced appeal of late ’90s indie pop that we never stopped loving.
September 2, 2018

The Misanthrope review: Performances strain against rhyming virtuosity

Justin Fleming's gender-swapped adaptation cuts closer to Moliere's wit than does the acting.
September 2, 2018

A haunting, beautiful rendition of a classic still relevant today

Giselle is an important period piece in the classical ballet canon.
September 2, 2018

Fearless, funny and far more than child’s play

Performance artist Nicola Gunn uses contemporary theatre's fascination with children as a springboard for her latest show.
September 2, 2018

Queens of the Stone Age deliver set with depth to please everyone

Through myriad highlights, the band earn the right to instrumental indulgence.
September 1, 2018

The Goss: Karl Stefanovic’s fiance’s attempts to dupe paps in vain

Jasmine Yarbrough said she was NYFW-bound. Instead she headed to Mexico to finalise her December wedding to the Channel Nine Today host.
September 1, 2018

Next generation of wizards: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child cast revealed

A who's who and who's new of Australian stage and screen have won the most coveted roles in the country.
September 1, 2018

‘I know my value’: Bachelor intruder not interested in being a mean girl

Jamie-Lee Dayz, from Bondi, says she's all about empowering women.
September 1, 2018

The slow move for diversity in romance

Romance novels released by big publishing houses tend to centre on white characters, and rarely feature gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender people in leading roles, or heroines with disabilities.
September 1, 2018

TV highlights: Friday September 7

Friday Picks: Nude, Marcella, Seconds from Disaster
September 1, 2018

What’s on TV: Saturday, September 8

Saturday Picks: The Pink House: Australia's Oldest Brothel, Joanne Lumley: The Quest for Noah's Ark, Alvin and the Chipmunks
September 1, 2018

Festival favourite Adam Hills close to being ‘comedian I always wanted to be’

A household name in Britain and Australia, Adam Hills is now telling his story in a memoir