Reviewer ARNE SJOSTEDT has mixed feelings about Rep's production of "Cosi".
Excitement is mounting following the dress rehearsal for The National Opera’s premiere production of Mozart’s “La Clemenza di Tito”, opening at Llewellyn Hall tomorrow night (April 10).
"I found 'Ascendant' tedious and lacking a sense of conviction," writes movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD. It was made in Australia though.
"Antoinette in the Cévennes" is a warmly charming film, an agreeable escape occasionally testing our credulity without abusing it and ending on an optimistic note, says movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
Why would many Canberra filmgoers find it familiar territory, asks movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD. "The issue driving 'Collective' is not endemic in Australia. But it illuminates a government presence that functions in a manner very similar to Canberra’s main industry. And finds it wanting."
The subtlety and ingenuity in this work were extraordinary. And to make it even better, Cheetham singing her songs added that special touch, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
After a spellbinding couple of days at the 2021 Four Winds Festival, the final day, Sunday, April 4, hosted more musical and artistic treats, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
The ghost of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart may be lurking in the shadows of Canberra this weekend, with the opening of “Così” at Canberra REP, and Mozart’s opera “La Clemenza di Tito” at Llewellyn Hall.
After a year’s hiatus because of covid, the Four Winds Festival was back stronger than before, writes reviewer ROB KENNEDY.
The National Opera bursts into being this weekend with Mozart’s “La Clemenza di Tito”, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her daily arts round-up.
The second show in the series “You’re Safe 'Til 2024” is coming to the Canberra Theatre Centre this weekend.
Yaki Boi is a new addition to the Braddon dining scene, with its rooftop location great for people watching, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
Notoriously private theatrical personality John Bell will show audiences what makes him tick through the words of his lifelong idol, William Shakespeare, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Here's arts editor HELEN MUSA's daily arts round-up.
What's what and who's who in the arts this week? Here's HELEN MUSA's weekly "Arts in the City" column.
A timely new book by pioneering diplomat Sue Boyd lifts the veil on one of Australia’s most male-dominated professions, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Columnist NICK OVERALL looks at docos all over the streaming world.
Reviewer GRAHAM McDONALD enjoys a concert with a different approach in combining elements of liturgical choral music with a jazz accompaniment.
"The Father" is a film reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD describes as one that touches our hearts and souls, for the best of reasons – its absolute humanity, sympathy and credibility, without demanding a box of tissues. But take a few, just in case.
"This is no James Bond spy thriller. It’s a sober telling of a version of actual events," writes movie reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD. He'd been to see "The Courier".