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Hugh Laurie stars in this moving, but not too far reaching, film about Dickens in a far flung place.
The film falls prey to romantic comedy cliches, but its silly slapstick humour is bound to make even the grumpiest people laugh.
This is not your usual travel writing. Granta 124: Travel dwells into the darker cornerstones of life in far-flung places.
Punchdrunk teams up with the National Theatre to create a compelling piece of immersive drama.
The Australia China Art Foundation's exhibition in Chengdu drew interest from both locals and the many international visitors.
With 'The Great Gatsby', Luhrmann again tries to demonstrate depth beyond the luxurious façade.
A charming production based on Michelle Magorian’s popular children's novel, about the friendship between a London evacuee and an elderly recluse.
An exceptional film about an extraordinary relationship between a disabled man and his sex surrogate.
This superb book accompanies a major exhibition of the same name at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, the largest of its kind ever undertaken, surveying 300 years of Australian botanical art.
An insightful, edifying and thoroughly captivating edition, in which issues crucial to the current political, economic and cultural climate are expounded upon with dexterity and wit.
Shortlisted for the 2012 Man Booker Prize for Fiction, Deborah Levy’s novel is allusive and poetic; a literary gem that demands to be re-read in order to reward its reader with greater discoveries.
Every so often one chances upon a novel so uplifting, enthralling and immersive it becomes a struggle to put it down. Alison Croggon’s new novel is just such a book.
An exciting, informative journal that helps people decode the cultural and political discourses of the day.
dOCUMENTA raises questions about what constitutes quality work.
HOPSCOTCH: From acclaimed Iranian writer/director Asghar Farhadi comes this faultless feature about a couple of the verge of divorce.
ACMI: Collectively, these three documentaries from co-directors Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky comprise a remarkable and moving study of murder and the miscarriage of justice.
THE OLD VIC: Sam Mendes directs Kevin Spacey in this bravura production of Shakespeare’s timeless play.
Big, loud and hugely entertaining, the latest film in the blockbuster franchise more than makes up for its disappointing predecessor.
ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY: A warlord unrivalled on the battlefield, Macbeth is rewarded with rank and favour by a grateful king.
The Pit is transformed for a Duckie sleepover and a tranquil communal bedroom for an audience of dreamers.
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