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Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination of art, architecture and landscape.
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Stories of an uncomfortably human dystopia that gnaws at our comfort with the status quo of our relationship with technology.
Rautavaara’s works evoke a cultural and climatic sound-scape.
The talented Naomi Price demonstrates her impressive vocal agility as the British singer and superstar, Adele.
Stunning athleticism and heart-stopping acrobatics in this innovative circus work of the highest calibre.
Exploring the world of autism through inventive circus.
A quirky zany show – playful, inventive and fun!
A terrific collaboration between Dancenorth and Japan's Batik dance collective.
While this exhibition lands a political wallop, it also raises questions more broadly of critical engagement through contemporary art.
Monster trucks with real monsters inside isn’t the most complex concept, and nor are the exploits that result.
Murray proves to be a thoughtful and readable story-teller.
Measure for Measure is a gripping production that will have you on the edge of your seat.
An engaging but occasionally frustrating exhibition tracking humanity’s development from the Stone Age to the Digital Age.
High energy, totally cheeky, a little bit political and a truck load of fun.
Revelatory interpretations of four of Haydn’s mature Symphonies.
A first-rate recording brimming with humanity.
Icelandic Glass a fine debut album though restricted by repertoire.
Brilliant, questioning and engaging.
Vibrant muscular playing of Bach but no stand-out interpretations.
Perfect festival fare – it is now Sydney’s turn to be dazzled and delighted by this stylish, inspirational Australian musical.
Justin Kurzel's third effort takes on a video game franchise with ample style, but with largely absent stakes and investment.
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