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The gentle art of family films is deployed by Steve Worland who wrote Paper Planes and director Owen Trevor who made a lot of Top Gear.
Queer sensibility, daring physicality, jaw-aching comedy and must-see artistry enliven the Hobart Fringe.
Handspring Puppet Company’s magical, life-size puppets return to dazzle Australian audiences – but the show veers into sentimentality.
Brisbane’s superstar circus returns home with a reminder of what human bodies can do when we keep showing up and pushing our limit
New York-based duo The Acrobuffos’ show is breathtakingly beautiful, offering delight for young and old.
Eight artists join eight engineers in a collaboration that examines 60 years of the Manly Dam, garnering lessons in coastal erosion, wetland management, biodiversity, climate change and social history.
A captivating story about a little-known piece of Australian history.
Opera Australia’s dynamic revival production is likely to please both opera fans and the uninitiated.
Hobart Fringe presents an endearing and imaginative family-friendly physical comedy.
In a new direction for the artist, Jumaadi puts poetry and politics at the forefront to give agency to the object and landscape.
This contemporary take on 16th-century English history marries witty writing with 90s girl pop.
A genuinely funny production that honours the inclusive values behind the popular film.
CDP Kids offers another engaging production for children with a fun set and energetic cast.
Set in the Gothic heartland of Tasmania, this murder mystery is yet to deliver on its supernatural teaser, says Mel Campbell.
Despite casting qualms, this version is both a beautiful Christmas bonbon and a witty warning against sentimentality.
White tells his story with a disarming utter frankness.
Remember when the future was going to be a bright, shiny place full of optimism and hope? Me neither.
Bernadette Robinson’s versatile, nimble voice and Joanna Murray-Smith’s clever script bring five famous songbirds to life, as well
Sarah Thornton is at her best in her depiction of a football-mad community.
Jacobson reminisces on Jewish culture, family, dementia, anxiety and love in a haunting and beautiful poetry collection.
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