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The Brisbane Fringe will present another first in this year’s festival with new arrival ClancyWorks.
Dancers Matt Cornell and Joshua Thomson are preparing to reveal their movement-based investigation into the typical Aussie male.
Josephine Ridge’s second Melbourne Festival program reflects the culture and values of the city in which it's held.
Four Australian productions will feature in this years Dublin Theatre Festival, an international buffet of arts and theatre.
A celebration of performance and place marks 35 years of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus.
Some of the world's best writers come together to share their big stories, big insights and even bigger ideas.
Now that she’s settled into her role, Festival Director Kerri Glasscock has big plans for the annual arts festival.
On the eve of the 2014 Adelaide International Guitar Festival, Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan discusses the guitarist’s art.
As Edwina Lunn gets in to gear for her final Darwin Festival, her replacement as Artistic Director has been announced.
This year's festival will feature over 140 artists from Adelaide’s Chinese sister state, Shandong Province.
This year’s MIFF includes an exciting mix of regular and new programming strands, including a special focus on 35mm films.
NAIDOC week is officially next week but the range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander events lasts through July.
A staple on any top-ender and true Territorian's arts calendar, the 2014 Darwin Festival will be rolling into town in August.
Sydney Opera House has cancelled a talk by Muslim writer and activist who claims he is the victim of censorship.
Noel Staunton’s fifth and final Brisbane Festival features circus, theatre and Indigenous arts, bookended by American culture.
The Lorne Festival of Performing Arts has announced its lineup for 2014, a kaleidoscope of the best in arts by the beach side.
Gertrude Street Projection Festival will host 50 artists displayed in 40 sites, in the arts and cultural mecca of Melbourne.
A biennial free festival is unveiling the hidden cultural treasures of one of Australia’s oldest universities.
Theatre Network Victoria (TNV) has now selected a curator for the 2015 Australian Theatre Forum (ATF).
The Chair of the Adelaide Fringe Festival has resigned after ten years at the helm and a new face has been appointed.
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