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MADMAN: The Studio Ghibli animation that has captured the imagination of children and adults everywhere is now available on DVD.
TINNING STREET GALLERY: Paper serves as a material point of inspiration in this joint exhibition by artists Colleen Burke and Brianna Read.
HOPSCOTCH: The second feature from Canadian actor/director Sarah Polley is a tale of marriage malaise among the young and uneasily committed.
NEXT WAVE: A daily series of provocations from artists, key thinkers and our international curators-in-residence, including coffee and good conversation.
NEXT WAVE: A thoughtful, playful, evocative and transformative live art experience centred around and upon Melbourne’s Yarra River.
OPERA AUSTRALIA: A fine cast sings, dances, and hams its way through this light, bright operetta, creating a mood of pure pleasure.
BLUE ROOM THEATRE: An engaging solo performance that brings storytelling to life, written, directed and performed by Humphrey Bower.
BAKEHOUSE THEATRE: Martin Crimp’s play tilts between the real and surreal in its compelling portrayal of urban disquiet.
REEL DVD: This ten disc boxed set features all of Woody Allen’s full-length theatrical features from 1994 – 2002, providing a valuable opportunity to reassess an often-dismissed era of Allen's oeuvre.
DARLINGHURST THEATRE COMPANY: From Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Margulies comes this Tony Award nominated play about the collective desire for purpose in our lives.
MICF: Comedy Festival favourite and TV comedy circuit regular Stephen K Amos has returned to Melbourne, bringing with him an embryonic new show.
AUSTRALIAN STRING QUARTET: The replacement of two members of the quartet late last year seems to have been no hinderence to the conjuration and performance of beautiful music.
FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: Fashion photographer turned filmmaker Fred Cavayé has crafted an economical, nail-biting thriller about criminals, cops and a couple caught between the two.
ADELAIDE FRINGE: Amy Bodossian presents an engaging cabaret show about the darker corners of her psyche.
ZOO TWILIGHTS SERIES: A wonderful performance of Sixties pop classics by Australian singer Wendy Stapleton in the memorable surrounds of Mellbourne Zoo.
ADELAIDE FRINGE: Instead of swing, this 17-piece big band play funk and hip-hop-inspired tunes.
NATIONAL PLAY FESTIVAL: A lengthy but gripping adaptation of Émile Zola’s 1867 novel of the same name, written and directed by Gary Abrahams.
ARTS HOUSE, NORTH MELBOURNE: A thrilling, small-scale performance piece, And the Birds Fell from the Sky touches you right to the depths of your heart.
MADMAN: Comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon play themselves in this recursive, canny comedy directed by Michael Winterbottom.
ADELAIDE FRINGE: Egyptian-born stand-up comedian Akmal’s particular brand of comedy is neither intelligent nor subtle, but it is funny.
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