A film about two old bachelors mulling over each other’s moral attitudes may not sound like much fun and jollity, but in "Two Popes" they come across pretty convincingly, writes reviewer DOUGAL MACDONALD.
The final event for the City Renewal Authority’s Haig Park experiments will top off the program’s six-month long trial of events, activities and light-touch improvements aimed at revitalising Haig Park.
Reminiscences ranged from the affectionate to the raunchy when former labor ministers Graham "Richo" Richardson and Gareth Evans helped unveil an exhibition of cartoons about the late Bob Hawke at the Hotel Kurrajong today (December 5).
For Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies CEO and proud Dhunghutti/Biripi man Craig Ritchie, yesterday (December 4) was a great day for AIATSIS, with the launch of an important new exhibition.
The Q’s Stephen Pike has confirmed his position as the canniest and most imaginative theatre programmer in town, with a mix of camp comedy, nights of song, musicals and hard-hitting drama for its 2020 program, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA