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A deliciously entertaining look at the ways we interact in the modern digital world and the new gods we worship online.
Burnside explains, with clarity and passion, how the Australian legal system works.
Absorbing ensemble singing throughout an eclectic program of musical landscapes.
This new staging poses the question ‘Should you sing opera in your underpants?’
A most exciting new production about Dame Nellie Melba.
A new film by Damien Power to put you right off camping in the bush.
A heart-warming and enchanting story of enduring friendship.
The latest Malthouse production casts a knowing eye over previous iterations of Joseph Merrick's story and finds them wanting.
Intricate script delivered in a compelling fashion.
A refined and eloquent performance of three very different compositions.
A novel about a team of counter-terrorist experts desperately trying to prevent a major disaster in Sydney.
National Theatre Live does justice to Edward Albee's classic. If only he'd been able to see it...
It’s not every Music Festival that can conjure up breaching whales on the boat trip to a concert on Orpheus Island.
The dialogue in this production has power not only because of the genius of the writer, but the quality of the cast.
The Hamlet Apocalypse is a testament to the power of live theatre.
Joh for PM is a show that demands attention. As a musical centred on a political figure, it is a rarity in Australian theatre; we need more of them.
A talented presentation of Art Songs, ranging from French composers of the 19th and 20th centuries, through to contemporary works inspired by Craigslist.
While her Venice Biennale spotlight may have been premature, Jenny Watson's mark on Australian art history has been indelible.
Expressions Dance Company and Opera Queensland take on Mozart.
Caleb is quixotic, obstinate, resilient, tough and too honest for his own good.
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