Book review: Serengotti by Eugen Bacon
'Serengotti' is a testament to Eugen Bacon's storytelling prowess and serves as a reminder of the enduring power of connection.
Music review: London Symphony Orchestra: Adams, Debussy and Ravel, QPAC
A beautifully crafted program, meticulously played by one of the world’s great orchestras and conducted by the inimitable Sir Simon…
Music review: London Symphony Orchestra: Gustav Mahler, QPAC
Accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle’s superlative conducting of Mahler was a night not only to remember…
Book review: Daisy & Woolf, Michelle Cahill
Pulling characters from the margins to the fore: an elegant meditation on race, class and privilege.
Book Review: Everything Harder than Everyone Else by Jenny Valentish
Pushing oneself to the edge of extremity.
Book review: The Safe Place by Anna Downes
Australian-based British writer Anna Downes’ debut novel is an intense domestic thriller.
Theatre review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 and 2
After 49 weeks, The Boy Who Lived returns to the Melbourne stage – the first international production of the sequel…
Book Review: The Scomo Diaries by Tosh Greenslade and Andrew Weldon
Tosh Greenslade and Andrew Weldon mercilessly lampoon the prime minister.
Exhibition Review: NGV Triennial, NGV International
A wonderful and immersive experience, the Triennial takes the visitor on a long and circuitous journey through time and space.
Book Review: Living with the Anthropocene
Edited by Cameron Muir, Kirsten Wehner and Jenny Newell, these excellent essays speak more of loss than of hope.