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L'OREAL MELBOURNE FASHION FESTIVAL: Billed as a ‘new and exciting home to independently spirited fashion labels’ the LMFF OPffsite Runways promised to be ‘mega'.
ROADSHOW FILMS: 'Limitless' features Bradley Cooper, who is best known for his roles in films such as 'Wedding Crashes' and 'The Hangover', but in this movie he comes into his own as the leading man, and as the executive producer.
JAMES MAKIN GALLERY: The latest exhibition by artist Eolo Paul Bottaro presents mythological themes against familiar Melbourne backdrops.
MELBOURNE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL: This story of generational conflict in San Francisco’s Latino community overcomes a sometimes clichéd script via powerful performances.
MALTHOUSE: It’s clear that a lot was expected from the Malthouse’s current production of Tis Pity She’s A Whore.
RED STITCH: Well acted, erudite and funny, Brendan Cowell’s production of his own play sees the company start their 2011 season with a bang.
VISUAL ARTS: For those who frequent contemporary art spaces art referencing societal ills and the problematic is almost a common place.
PERTH FESTIVAL: Step into a spellbinding world inspired by Anton Chekhov's plays and diaries, told through the language of clowning, juggling and acrobatics.
FRINGE WORLD: This entertaining blend of improvisational comedy and puppetry suffered slightly from its performers’ reluctance to be truly subversive.
THE FAMOUS SPIEGEL GARDEN: A devilish and delightful blend of circus and cabaret staring iOTA as ringmaster and MC.
QUEENSLAND THEATRE COMPANY: The company’s first production for 2011, a double act of classic French farce, delivers excellence in comedic artistry.
ENSEMBLE THEATRE: This theatre extravaganza staring Amanda Muggleton is just the ticket to an evening full of laughs, if you live in Kirribilli.
THE ARTS CENTRE: 'Mulan' is known to most modern-day western audiences because of Disney’s popular 1998 animated film by the same name, about a young girl who becomes a warrior in an all-male army.
OPERA AUSTRALIA: 'The Barber of Seville', Elijah Moshinsky’s silent movie era-inspired version is full of slapstick silliness, its larger than life caricatures perfectly at home in Rossini’s famous opera buffa.
DVD REVIEW: The Piano Duo, Les Les Frères' live DVD 'Piano Pittoresque' has proven that their musical palette is quite wide in a commercial sense; some of their music is robust, well suited to live performance, inducing audience’ clapping to the boogie woogie rhythms, some compositions are catchy pieces heard in Japanese TV commercials and others evoke imagery reminiscent of Joe Hisaishi’s scores
DARLINGHURST THEATRE: 'Open for Inspection', this Real Estate musical ‘oozes potential’
Legendary singer Joe Crocker played to a crowded house at the Cairns Convention Centre whilst a cyclone threatened the city.
SYDNEY THEATRE COMPANY: The 'Next Stage' in question is of course the
stage next to STC's Main Stage (sort of) – or rather the stage that
isn't the Main Stage, and doesn't show the same kind of plays.
CAIRNS CIVIC THEATRE: In celebration of Australia Day three comedians told audiences in Cairns what they think is unique about Australia - a bit of a celebration of all things great or peculiar, if you will.
SYDNEY FESTIVAL: A striking new dance theatre work about animality, human nature, sex and power.
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