Cibi is a little slice of Japanese gorgeousness in downtown Collingwood.
Even when he was a child, Dr Chris Williams sensed the wonder of perennial vegetables.
The lovely town of Trentham has plenty to offer, from great beer and food from the beautiful local pub to fresh produce and a festival that celebrates the humble potato.
Young talent shines in a tale of hormones, secrets and material much stronger than a regular musical.
Dennis Kelly's slashing portrait of middle-class urban Britain confronts us with the product of the late Margaret Thatcher's famous pronouncement on individual responsibility: "Who is society? There is no such thing!"
This one has been a bit of a waiting game. Twenty-four hours before this staging of American writer Amy Herzog's play was due to open, an email went out. Its lead actress had withdrawn from the production. Stand by for news.
This is a loving spoof from writer Ian Ferrington. The character tropes are threadbare, the plot formulaic, the jokes corny. Despite and because of that, The Detective's Handbook works very well.
The critics mauled his Queen stage musical when it opened, but it continues to draw the crowds. And Ben Elton isn't done yet.