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The Sydney leg of this popular music festival featured music for almost every taste, including indie rock, hip hop, techno, electro, deep house and dub.
A portrait of the famous Chinese artist and activist who has made creativity his weapon in the battle against state control.
A joint exhibition by Colette Jonquieres, a Sydney based artist, and the Southern Highlands’ Elizabeth Young.
In 1930 one of the biggest stars in Bombay was a sword fighting, whip-cracking, punch-flinging Australian-born stuntwoman extraordinaire.
Settle in for an amazing night of music and storytelling at the best Korean nightclub in Brisbane.
This Sydney Fringe production dresses up Shakespeare’s lyrical romance into a punky burlesque, replete with Victorian-era corsetry, ray guns, airship goggles and a cyborg Caliban.
Despite being almost 20 years old, Hoop Dreams remains a fascinating and often tragic insight into the economic, racial and social struggles of two young Americans with big dreams.
You wouldn’t think a drama about people sitting in a room talking could keep you holding your breath, but this one does.
dOCUMENTA raises questions about what constitutes quality work.
A theatrical riff on one of the world's best known comedians reminds us why we love the Marx Brothers.
ERTH: A delightful encounter with the creatures of the Dreamtime, designed for the young and young at heart.
Once a month, animators descend upon a Melbourne bar to screen themed clips that could potentially loop into infinity.
MKA THEATRE: Sometimes being dead makes you more alive than the living.
AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: In his most adventurous project to date, Richard Tognetti took musicians and surfers to northern Western Australia to create a new performance piece at the intersection of music and nature.
REVELATION PERTH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: This fasinating documentary is part critique, part guide to feminist history and its prospects within popular culture.
CABARET SOIRÉE: This 90-minute show takes a gender-bending glance at songs from well-loved musicals and top-40 radio.
LA MAMA: Writer/performer Rowena Hutson has teamed up with director Xanthe Beesly to create a wordless but extremely lively journey through the world of a girl with early-onset Parkinson’s.
SYDNEY SYMPHONY: Berg’s Violin Concerto - transcendence born of heartache. Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony - a cathedral of sound. Two remarkable musical visions.
PACT CENTRE: The third and final part of TRILOGY, a series of solo dance works by choreographer/performer Matthew Day.
MADMAN: Spanning more than 400 years of America’s relationship with the Christian faith, this fascinating documentary series is a genuinely marvellous academic and cinematic achievement.
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