Lightsleeper (Liam & Neil Finn) - music review
On the warm and lovely Lightsleeper, father and son Neil & Liam Finn collaborate in a dreamy song cycle that celebrates the family connections and the ties that bind
Age of Stephen (Melbourne Fringe) - theatre review
“I had the greatest time!” said one young patron after seeing Age of Stephen. Hear, hear. What an entertainer. What a sense of comic timing. What a romp – a jam-packed,
Won't You Be My Neighbour? - movie review
Can somebody really be so selfless? The documentary Won't You Be My Neighbour? explores a remarkable figure I had previously heard nothing about.

Fred Rogers led a singular
Lottie in the Late Afternoon (fortyfivedownstairs) - theatre review
The world premiere comedy Lottie in the Late Afternoon explores some big questions. What is life all about? Can it be meaningful? What is the path to
The Predator - movie review
From the outer reaches of space to the backwoods of Georgia, the hunt goes on in Shane Black’s reboot of the Predator series. Black, who directed Lethal Weapon and wrote Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,
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