Aunty Donna’s Glennridge Secondary College show is a brilliantly relatable display of manic chaos. NICKOLAS ZAKHARIA checked it out.
Winner of South African Comics’ Choice Award, Loyiso Gola challenges the audience on stereotypes of masculinity and white privilege. ANGELICA SNOWDEN saw the show.
A loud, slightly unhinged and boisterous ex-stripper turned comedian, Fern Brady chronicles the chapters of her life in an unabashed and brazen manner. AMBER SCHULTZ went to her show at the comedy festival
IMAX’s new Oceans 3D: Our Blue Planet is visually stunning but lacking in excitement, writes PHOEBE LAY
The audience become the victims in Sk!n, a powerful performance piece about human trafficking. AMBER SCHULTZ joined in the event at Abbotsford Convent.
You Can’t Do That celebrates the triumphs of some of Australia’s greatest fashion designers and models, who triumphed against racist, sexist and classist societal oppression. Review by JASMINE SHEPARD
Gary Oldman is masterly as Winston Churchill in a biopic focusing on a key decision in WWII, DAMIEN NGUYEN writes.
Hollywood film reboots often don’t work out well. WILLIAM ARNOTT looks at one that did.
So who drew all those graffiti penises? DAMIEN NGUYEN looks at American Vandal, a popular new Netflix mockumentary series that takes the seriousness of Serial and turns it into a brilliant satire.
After 27 years of slumber, Pennywise the Clown has returned to the town of Derry. BELLA GERARDI, BILAL AHMED SYED, and WILLIAM ARNOTT debate whether IT (2017) is worth watching.