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The King is back in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis

There are few people in history with a name more recognisable than Elvis Presley. Known as the king of rock & roll Elvis' revolutionised both music & the idea of modern celebrity during his lifetime. While his story is well known Baz Luhrmann's new film, simply titled Elvis, looks to give Elvis' story a new, […]

REVIEW: Hir

Change: sometimes it's the most terrifying thing that can happen. It scares us, affects relationships and circumstances irreversibly, and the longer things have been the same, the more it tears everything apart. Such is the case with a stereotypical American family in Taylor Mac's Hir. Isaac returns home after four years to find his father […]

REVIEW: Mark Colvin’s Kidney

Would you donate your kidney to someone you met over Twitter? Tommy Murphy and David Berthold explore this conundrum in Belvoir’s latest offering, Mark Colvin’s Kidney, based on an absurdly true tale of friendship triggered by the 2011 News of the World hacking scandal. Mary-Ellen Fields is Elle Macpherson’s business advisor in London, accused of leaking confidential […]