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Set in an the atmospheric post-gold-bloom mansion Villa Alba in Kew, this feature focuses on a critical year in the young author James Joyce's life and how he used (and changed) episodes from his own life in his novels, 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' and 'Ulysses'
A NOVEL PROCESS
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A podcast about what it's really like to write a book, featuring two Australian writers exploring the surprises, blocks, celebrations, and creative currents of fantasy and science fiction.
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It is April, 1833 and a ship full of women leaves from Britain, bound for Australia
Combining the worlds of contemporary theatre, Australian folk music and academia, the result is musical theatre in the Australian vernacular
A NOVEL PROCESS
A podcast about what it's really like to write a book, featuring two Australian writers exploring the surprises, blocks, celebrations, and creative currents of fantasy and science fiction
Charting a perilous journey through rough seas, shipwreck and heartache, a lost sailor tries to navigate his way home
Enoch Arden brings together live performance, breathtaking composition and experimental film in a world first of its kind
The King of Denmark is dead. His brother Claudius has married the widowed queen and now sits on the throne. Hamlet Prince of Denmark is sworn to revenge his father's foul and most unnatural murder.