Alexis Dubus' 'Cars and Girls' is a tribute to those often tough truths the road teaches young wanderers about life, love and what it means to find your perfect travelling companion.
For those who have long since replaced feelings with emoji, know that anything worth saying can be said in 140 characters or less and live by the rule: hashtag or it didn’t happen, 'Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me' is a hilarious look at online life.
'For Auld Lang Syne' is a new exhibition from the Art Gallery of Ballarat, taking the viewer on a journey from First Fleet to Federation, delving into details such as fashion, sport, high art and whiskey and bringing all manner of curious stories to the surface.
The pre-flight anticipation for the playwriting debut of Australia’s comic royalty, Working Dog’s Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Rob Sitch, stepped up today with the announcement that Packed to the Rafters’ Erik Thomson will play the role of the President of the United States in The Speechmaker.
From the second he stepped on stage, to the second he stepped off, Justin Hamilton filled his routine to the brim with his rapid, machine gun fire delivery, reviews Jess Sykes.
Fans of HBO’s Girls will particularly enjoy 'The Pineapple' and Fricker’s millennial brand of comedy, writes Margot McGovern. This fresh new voice on the Australian comedy scene is one to keep tabs on.
Honour this centennial year since the outbreak of World War One with the 'War Popular Penguins', a collection of acclaimed military written histories from various authors.
Chelsea Clugston has to admit, when she's planning a night on the town, she doesn't usually think: 'Man, I’d love to see a subtitled French film tonight.' So what happened when she chose the cinema over the club?
They’re used to finding humour in awkward situations and now comedy stars Charlie Pickering, Libbi Gorr and Meshel Laurie will shine their lights on the painful subject of racism in Australia.
From the creator of the Australian hit TV series MOTHER & SON comes a brand new stage comedy, starring Australia’s doyen of comedy Noeline Brown as the iconic Maggie Beare.
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.