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'Cash' can best be described as 'Ocean’s 11' meets the hit BBC series 'Hustle',all set in Paris and on the gorgeous Cote d'Azur.
Eagle's Nest Theatre have done it again, with a series of four new pieces opening this week at Northcote Town Hall.
'The Mardi Gras Double Bill' presents two pieces of theatre reflecting back onto the gay community in its most important month of the year.
John McDonald will be known to NSW based ArtsHub readers as art critic for the Sydney Morning Herald. Prior to this McDonald was editor of Australian Art Review and served as chief curator of Australian Art and the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra for a period.
Fuzzy schlub, Seth Rogen, and fellow '40 Year Old Virgin' bit-parter, Elizabeth Banks, are the eponymous platonics one bounced cheque from the skids.
Writer-director Nora Hamidi's characters and their italicised lives may have certain familiar cookie contours, but Dolls and Angels' players do pull off an engaging depth and credibility for each of their playees.
Quick! Book now for the return season in July of this seriously funny, silly, but terrific show.
Originally adapted in 2006 by actor & playwright Patrick Barlow, this theatre production has been a triumph both in the West End & Broadway where it walked away with two of its six nominated Tony Awards.
'Wretch' looks into the relationship between a mother and her son, at love in all its ugly and brilliant forms.
The Zhenghzou Song and Dance Theatre was established in 2004 and is touring internationally with its first production, 'Wind of Shaolin'.
Violinist Irvine Arditti has been at the helm of his eponymous string quartet for three and a half decades, and it is the subtlety and strength of his restrained leadership that anchors the ensemble.
'Havana Rakatan' has a veneer of a ‘regular’ Cuban music variety shows, but once it is stripped away, it reveals a beautifully innovatively choreographed and thoroughly modern Cuban dance extravaganza.
Druid, one of the best known theatre companies in the English speaking world, comes to the Perth International arts Festival from Ireland with this exciting and palpable piece of theatre.
The Ishinha theatre company, under the direction of its founder, Yukichi Matsumoto, presented the two hour spectacle of its latest work 'Nostalgia'.
The current season of the West Australian Ballet Company, 'Ballet at the Quarry' presents a varied offering of short works by younger choreographers.
In his latest film, 'Lemon Tree', Israeli director Eran Riklis presents a sensitive but hard-hitting commentary on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian struggles.
All of the elements of a beautiful Melbourne Saturday evening worked perfectly together for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Valentine day’s Concert in front of a packed crowd at the second of the free Sidney Myer Free Concerts for 2009.
Bringing classic and revered writers like Samuel Beckett into being is a treat for the seasoned and new theatergoer as he speaks of an “uncompromising celebration of one who looks truth in the face, unknown, terrible, amazing….”
Often where we finish our evening bears absolutely no relation to where we intended to be when we started it. This seemingly obvious idea is explored by Kieran Carroll in his new work, 'Friday Night, In Town', which follows the lives of fourteen very different people over the course of their Friday night out.
The foibles, corruption, brutality, and straight-out misanthropy, portrayed in 'The Removalists' prove to be timeless.
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