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Few can bring the horrible to life as well as Stephen King can.
Hobart’s renowned winter festival encourages punters to take risks, and rewards visitors with fascinating arts experiences.
St. Vincent can carry a 500-strong audience on the voice alone, but the guitar is a hell of a bonus.
A triumphant triple bill of stunning contemporary dance.
MoMA at NGV is a rich, dazzling and profoundly visually exciting exhibition - the grandest in fifteen years of the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series.
Fury is a superbly directed piece of compelling contemporary theatre by eminent playwright Joanna Murray-Smith – this show is attracting big audiences.
If you love musicals, do yourself a favour and head to The Regal this week to catch Carousel.
There is no single hero in Bangarra, despite there being plenty of heroism.
Sondheim’s Assassins is a darkly ironic version of 'The American Dream' and a savage critique of our times.
In this new vibrant translation by Hilary Bell, Molière's play is given a sharp updated revival.
Based on Mark Haddon’s bestseller and directed by Marianne Elliott this snazzy, original play brims with brilliant touches.
Mikelangelo spins the magic of his show almost seamlessly.
This novel is an engrossing, sensitive and deeply moving love story about an older man and a younger woman.
A glorious concert of luscious Baroque music.
As the name suggests the production features performances from a selection of the artists attending the Festival and it is therefore the perfect showcase for the opening night.
Ready? OK! Bring It On is fast, furious and fun.
Cass joins the ranks of fictional detectives as a feisty woman in early middle-age with the gift of the gab.
This darling of Adelaide commercial radio Em Rusciano can sing, of that there is no doubt.
Science, art, and humanity intersect in The Mathematics of Longing.
Indie feminist powerhouse company The Rabble have collaborated with leading children’s theatre St Martins to create an intimate and unexpectedly personal reflection of loneliness.
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