Clive James sat for an interview with Luca Moretti.
Photo File The photographs in the manila folder Are all of me when I was strong and bolder, But now I’m old, and illness makes me older, And winter’s coming and the nights grow colder. This photograph is me when I was swimming At Inverell and sent the pebbles skimming Across the river. Now my eyes…
John Darnielle is considered one of the greatest living songwriters. Louisa Studman explores his move from song to narrative.
Just outside Walgett is Gindie reserve. In the dry heat of Thursday afternoon we were able to speak with local Elders and find someone to take us there. Anne Dennis, a Councillor of the New South Wales Aboriginal Lands Council, crammed four students into the back of her car and crossed the bridge of the Barwon River towards the reserve.
Lyall Dennnison was born in Moree and lived there until he moved to Sydney at the age of 21 to work for the State Premier. At the evening concert in Moree, he approached students from the Freedom Ride and offered to show us around. After taking one carload around, Samantha Jonscher was lucky enough to get a spot in his second tour.
Alix Sanders-Garner attended the NSW art gallery’s headline exhibition and realised that everybody can be an artist.
Lyra Talise is a student and a sex-worker. These are the online profiles she uses and the clients they attract.
Like the following appellation, SUDS’s Zach Beavon-Collin’s William Shakespeare’s Richard is too long. It takes a significantly edited-down Richard III (don’t wait up for the horse bit), and inserts the final part of Henry VI, Part III. As explained in the program notes, the intent is to give necessary background on the history and politics…
Imogen Gardam is sick of dealing with dudes.
(Eds note: This review contains brief, aesthetic criticism of a representation of self-harm.) Student theatre necessitates a degree of innovation. Tight budgets, a lack of resources and a limitation on available spaces creates a perfect breeding ground for invention. However, even when actors and directors are forced into back rooms, cafés, street corners, or Studio…