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Social issues and well-being were a major theme of the festival's third day.
Set in the near future, pvi collective’s latest work is part game, part participatory street performance.
Playwright Kate Mulvany’s Masquerade wears its adaptation on its theatrical sleeve.
The final recital in the three-year-long Haydn for Everyone Series; a cycle of Haydn’s outstanding String Quartets.
A disappointing Melbourne Festival debut for an ensemble which deserves all encouragement.
In the studio, this duo are exploratory and impressive; their live show lacked that sense of curiosity and adventure.
A journey though the relativity of time, substituting the animate for the inanimate and the discovery for the 'no knowledge' zone.
ArtsHub throws itself head-first into David Berthold’s debut Festival program, squeezing seven shows into three and a half days.
Brisbane Baroque Festival opens with unusual Handel opera
The first day of the always-popular Perth Writers' Festival featured love, biography, and Man Booker Prize-winner DBC Pierre.
Bob Brown’s leitmotif at Perth Writers Festival is simple and stark: Think of your grandchildren and what they will think of you.
Chekhov’s classic text meets an eclectic offering of classical music in this remarkable production.
Penny Shaw and Fiona Cooper Smyth are incredibly versatile opera singers with a fabulous flair for comedy and glamour.
Some pieces in this interactive festival of one-on-one theatre are profound, while others are amusing without purpose.
Urthboy curates an entertaining, if scattershot, offering on the final night of the Melbourne Festival.
Am I is a journey of the senses, a dreamy, tolling experience to be enjoyed, not over-analysed
A two-day sensory wonderland overtook MONA during Synaesthesia+.
Shorts is a masculine, Australian exploration of some of the darkest aspects of the human psyche.
A densely written urban fantasy of love, hate, violence and redemption.
Headliners is a great way to get Comedy Festival value for money, with four American stand-ups in one sitting.
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