In this one-man play. Paul Capsis brings the man and his forthright, sometimes disturbing, opinions to vivid life.
Karen Hardy It's highly likely Liane Moriarty might well pick up an idea for her next novel when she ventures to Canberra on August 15.
Megan Doherty It's a big win for the ACT - one of our fruit and veggie shops has been named top banana.
Alanna Maclean This is the kind of cross-generational collaboration that shows why groups like Canberra Youth Theatre and GOLD need to exist.
Michelle Potter Bangarra Dance Theatre's triple bill presents three very different works.
Peter Wilkins Hannie Rayson's new play is laden with drama, complicated by conflict, and laced with humour and surprise.
Ron Cerabona Paul Capsis was reluctant at first to take on the role of the eccentric expatriate Englishman but soon warmed to the task.
Ron Cerabona Spare Parts Puppet Theatre Antoine uses handcarved European puppets to enact Antoine de Saint-Exupery's delicate tale.
Nick Fuller This week-long festival features performers from around Australia and the world devoted to the art of improvisation.
Ron Cerabona New films
GO behind the scenes at the Manning Regional Art Gallery as some epic sculptures take shape.
Siblings Makayla and Kye Cornall will head to the US next week for the World Barefoot Skiing Championships.
An American corn snake was captured in Fotheringham Park, Taree earlier this month