In Melbourne Jail, the hangman lies awake. Not time to get up yet. Yawning, he rubs his dead eye, heaves himself on to his side and squints up at the notice tacked to his door. 11.11.1863. Today. Mansfield Murders. Three for the drop, and one of them a woman. A woman. First time, or first… Continue reading COUNT DOWN: the first woman hanged in Victoria (winner, Marjorie Barnard award, 2015)
An artist and an author have re-imagined the life of Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen.
A performance by the Murray Conservatorium presented a multisensory and utterly immersive experience.
The play "Hotel Bonegilla" was originally produced by the Murray River Performing Group in 1997. In November, Hothouse Theatre is doing it again!
Readers, writers, artist and storytellers gather from across the country to share stories, knowledge and skills
A poem by Dorothy Simmons.