The wicked humour of 17th-century Punch and Judy shows is given a topical twist in writer-director Mirrah Foulkes’ quirky exploration of domestic violence and showbiz sexism.
Life, the universe and everything; Vessel takes on big philosophical ideas and delivers a mind-blowing, other-worldly experience.
Director Jon Watts’ worthy sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming has Spidey slinging his sticky stuff all over Europe in an attempt to save the world from fire and flood.
Unplugged is a tiny miracle at the heart of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Dickie Beau opens up cabaret’s box of tricks and places the contents inside a beautifully constructed, thought-provoking piece of theatre.
As wild and eclectic as the original album, Liner Notes Live: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is a fabulous chocolate-box of Bowie-inspired performances.
Infectious grooves, frenetic tap dancing and witty Brooklyn banter make a night with The Hot Sardines more like a party than a show.