The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About - Penny Durham

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.

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