Australian comedian JMAC has the looks and the confidence but it’s none other than her map of Tasmania that she uses to woo her crowds, writes Caitlin Jones.
Mia Wasikowska gives what is perhaps her best performance yet, in new Australian film, 'Tracks'. Margot McGovern reviews the film - an adaptation of Robyn Davidson's book of the same name.
Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler have brought an enticing twist to traditional magic with their Adelaide Fringe creation, 'The Naked Magicians', writes Catharine Watson.
The 28th Melbourne International Comedy Festival program launch was held this morning at The Toff In Town, located in the beating heart of the Melbourne comedy scene.
Taking its name from the famous studio in Nashville where it was recorded, Dan Sultan's new album 'Blackbird' marks a fresh start for the Melbourne artist.
Combining the mood of artist-run initiative 107 Projects and old-school speakeasy’s, Luka Lesson returns to Sydney to introduce a new style to his performance, a cappella, alongside his spoken word poetry and rapping histories.
Announced last October, Kate Miller-Heidke’s O Vertigo! Tour, named after her forthcoming first independently released album out March 14th, has received overwhelming interest from her fans, writes Meaghan Weiley.
In just 20 days, streets, laneways, landmarks and cultural institutions spanning eight city blocks will burst into life overnight with 50 events and activities added to the White Night Melbourne programme.
Diverse/City: Aboriginal Art in Melbourne is an exhibition that does not predefine what Aboriginal art is; instead it showcases the diversity of art and culture that exists in Australia.
Team Groovin the Moo is in the highest of spirits, welcoming a new bunch of artists to take part in the regional Australian festival fun, writes Meaghan Weiley.
Meaghan Weiley reviews the In Hearts Wake gig at the Boambee Community Centre, Coffs Harbour. And you know what's lovely? Seeing the band playing some outdoor cricket with some of the teens that have turned up for the show.
Many of you will know a little of Melbourne’s history. But which history do you know? John McLaren’s novel, 'Melbourne: City of Words', takes readers on a trip through the past to explore Melbourne’s evolution since before white settlement, writes Chelsea Clugston.