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Migrants is a thought-provoking story that narrates the journey of migration but told without words.

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Film

The following films had their cinema release compromised by the Delta lockdown. They are all worthy viewing, so hopefully will pop up somewhere soon, either in the cinema or on a streaming service.

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Theatre

Despite many attempts on its life over thousands of years, the performing arts have survived.

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Book Reviews

Bad Girls Throughout History, Fight Like a Girl and Yassmin’s Story

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Film reviews

Honey Boy, The Peanut Butter Falcon, The Leunig Fragments, Undertow, A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, The Biggest Little Farm

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Theatre reviews

If times were normal, I would be driving home from Sydney after seeing two shows. I would also be writing about seven shows I had seen since my last column.

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Book review

A First Book of Animals, The Godwits, The Extraordinary Life of a Migratory Bird, Queer, There and Everywhere and If I was your Girl

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Theatre Review

​Regular readers will know I like all sorts of theatre, which does not mean I like it all, although it must be said that I mostly do as I choose what I see.

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Film review

Red Joan, Danger Close: the Battle of Long Tan and Happy as Lazzaro

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k – Review

Mark Manson has probably confused people, some may have even walked away from this book, by the use of his F-Bomb in the title.

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RBG Documentary Review

RBG outlines the history US Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Born to Russian Jewish immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York, Bader Ginsburg faced enormous sexism studying law at Cornell, Harvard and Columbia and later trying to gain employment in the law.

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