Brilliant Creatures wins NSW Premiere’s Award and is nominated for The Greirson Awards UK

In the late 1950s and ‘60s satirist Barry Humphries, art critic Robert Hughes, feminist Germaine Greer and poet, writer and broadcaster Clive James all left our shores and went on to become cultural iconoclasts at the centres of western cultural life; London and New York. These Australians literally changed the cultural landscape of their homeland from half a world away. Hughes, Humphries, Greer and James were a brilliant quartet of minds, war babies born to the cheerful cultural stillness of the Menzies era, who were the vanguards of enormous cultural change both in Australia and around the world. They all...
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