The latest exhibition at White Rabbit will include a replica of a Soviet-Chinese tank made from hand-stitched leather by He Xiangyu; Flotage — Tectonics (2014), a translucent screenprinted “floating” wall by Japanese artist Shinji Ohmaki; Polit-Sheer-Form-Office group’s massive archive of all-blue books; and Liu Chengrui’s performance video Guazi Moves Earth (2008). White Rabbit Gallery, 30 Balfour Street, Chippendale. Opens Wednesday. Inquiries: (02) 8399 2867 or online. Until August 9. Chapman, with creepy animations by Terry Gilliam — started writing, the material was broadcast one week and forgotten the next. They never expected fans 40 years later to recite passages by heart — and they’re not sure they’d have done things differently if they had. “George Harrison once told me, ‘If we’d known we were going to be the Beatles, we’d have tried harder,’ ” says Idle, here with Cleese to tour their most recent show. “But we did try hard; we were trying to make it as funny as it could be for us.” Together Again is a “ragbag” of chat, unseen sketches, songs and Q&As. National Convention Centre, 31 Constitution Avenue, Canberra. Tonight, 7pm. Tickets: $113-$133. Bookings: 1300 795 012 or online. Wuthering Heights Queensland’s Shake & Stir Theatre Co revives its 2014 adaptation of Emily Bronte’s 1847 gothic novel. Canberra Theatre Centre, Civic Square, London Circuit. Opens Wednesday, 8pm. Tickets: $35$45. Bookings: (02) 6275 2700 or online. Until March 12.