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Film review: Damage

This heartfelt, small-budget Adelaide film with an edge follows the odd-couple road trip of an Iraqi refugee taxi driver and an elderly woman who can’t quite remember where she needs to go.

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Dance review: ADT’s Cultivate: One

Australian Dance Theatre is celebrating the work of emerging artists with a bold triptych of new pieces exploring themes including the brain’s response to trauma, and language as a tool of colonial oppression.


Opera review: The Marriage of Figaro

Setting The Marriage of Figaro in the Houses of Parliament might sound anathema to lovers of this opera, but the comedy it brings is thoroughly up-to-date and worthy of a TV sitcom. This State Opera SA production is brilliant.

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Music review: 2023 Harvest Rock Festival

Nostalgia ruled at the second iteration of Harvest Rock as the rain stayed away and the family-friendly, accessible festival delivered two days of world-class live music with top-notch drops and bites. The only disappointment was the lack of local acts.


Music review: ASO's Glory

The ASO’s cathedral series could not have come a better time, and particularly this one called ‘Glory’. With conflict and tensions around the world, those seeking a moment of sanctity were amply rewarded.

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AFF review: On the Go

Silly, profound, vulgar and mysterious, ‘On the Go’ is alive with the contradictions and chaos of a cruel and beautiful world.


OzAsia review: 1988

A moving story about on the life of Vietnamese-Australian musician Dung Nguyen, with himself at the centre of the performance, 1988 leaves an indelible impression.