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Rocking-chair view only: Abjection and humour create pleasurable effects in this excellent staging of Beckett classic.
A raucous blend of daredevil trapeze and acrobatics.
An astonishing and enthralling theatrical tour de force.
A clash of cultures and classes sits at the centre of The Gilded Cage (La cage dorée), a comedy easily embracing both contrasts.
Queenscliff pulled out all the punches in its 17th Music Festival.
The true story of an unsung hero of Northern Irish Rock n' Roll.
Adolescent angst gives way to a romantic idyll, then comfort and hope is replaced by cruelty and horror.
Director Steve McQueen sensitively portrays a man losing control of his life in a power struggle of oppression and conflict.
A celebration of the engagement of one-to-one performance.
A selection of thought-provoking pieces, from learning a new skill to discovering darkness within, marks this Proximity Festival schedule.
An interactive one-on-one performance, Program A of the Proximity Festival 2013 was a journey without a dull moment in sight.
This year the sunset series of chamber music concerts makes a welcome return to the Melbourne Festival.
A showcase of films made by women which challenge a panoply of political issues including race, class, disability and gender.
A glittering, twirling introduction into the world of ballet, with a distinct Russian flavour.
Some great achievements are self-evident – and this performance, like the MSO’s entire Russian Festival, is such a case.
A memorable evening of Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky from the MSO as part of their Russian Festival.
Held in Townsville, the largest chamber music festival in the southern hemisphere is an example of superior cultural tourism.
It’s been 100 years since the first Indian film was made, and the Indian Film Festival celebrated in style for the occasion.
The perfect way to discover newer talent, appreciate familiar stars, and experience different performance genres.
‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’ - Rock classics and pop anthems reimagined.
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