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In 1963 Timothy assassinated then-president John F. Kennedy. Now he's back with a hot hour this comedy festival!

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Closing: 17 Mar 2024

Education & Training

Examinations Administrator

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 $70,000 - $90,000

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Closing: 15 Mar 2024

Customer Service, Ticketing

Coordinator, Ticketing Systems

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 $70,000 - $90,000

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Closing: 20 Mar 2024

Theatre

Artistic Coordinator

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 $50,000 - $70,000

Brooklyn Rider. A Black and white image of four men clowning. One has his arms out and one leg in the air, the other three sit around him, one gesticulating with his viola, one with his hands on his head and the third siting quite demurely with his hands holding an iPhone.
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Music review: Brooklyn Rider – The Four Elements, Melbourne Recital Centre

A program that grappled with climate change was performed with aplomb by the New York string quartet.

Still from recording of feature writing workshop at The Channel - Arts Centre Melbourne. Two women are sitting on stage against a black backdrop. On the left is Celina, an Asian Australian woman in her mid-20s with a black bob, denim jacket and black dress. On the right is Madeleine, a middle aged Caucasian woman wearing a blue and white floral shirt and white pants.
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ArtsHub writing workshop 2: Feature Writing

In this session, ArtsHub's Madeleine Swain and Celina Lei run through feature writing from pitch to publish.

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Australian Youth Orchestra

Autumn Season Concert

Step into a musical time machine as our flagship orchestra transports you to an era of great societal upheaval and…

Performing Arts Guide

University of Melbourne Arts and Culture

Britney Spears: The Cabaret

Christie Whelan Browne spins Britney Spears' greatest hits into a funny, yet touching, cabaret exploring the truth behind the tabloids.

Mona Foma, Kutcha Edwards and the Australian Art Orchestra. Image is of a First Nations man singing at night on a stage, with a band of musicians around him and yellow spotlights beaming across the image.
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Music review: Mona Sessions, Moma Foma

Mona Sessions presented a dazzling array of different musical acts as part of the Mona Foma festival.

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Monash University Performing Arts Centres

Lisa Moore: Sundays in the Sound Gallery

New York-based Australian pianist Lisa Moore performs a virtuoso solo concert spanning 180 years of music that celebrates our insects, birds,…

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