The inaugural Harvest Festival provided a glorious setting, sublime performances, and plenty of time for quiet contemplation whilst queuing for food and drinks.
It is in the spirit of a glass-half-full that we view Meat Loaf’s awesomely, spectacularly awful performance prior to the AFL Grand Final on Saturday.
Richard Ayoade’s directorial debut provides a sweet, subtle twist on the coming-of-age genre without really subverting its conventions.
A brief wrap of some of the more tolerable moments from this year’s glorified pie night.
In his debut Australian visit, alt-sitcom star Louis C.K. provided an hilariously dark and gleefully depraved set of pure stand-up comedy.
The world’s hottest physicist heads this week’s televisual picks, along with plasticine gardens and a spaghetti western for good measure.
Fascist special agents, Fantasy novels, and Flintstones. Yep, there’s stuff on the telly this week.
Adam Rozenbachs’ take on singledom is surprisingly fresh, in a performance punctuated by segments of gleeful improvisation.
While Hannah Gadsby’s lack of energy could be construed either as flatness or schtick, her innate charm transcends any claims of indolence.