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This collectionof short stories is preceded by a brilliant self-deprecating introduction by Haruki Murakami.
A first-rate piano trio making its debut in Australia concludes the 2018 Musica Viva Season with success.
The cast of kids is a rotating one and on opening night the ones on show were, without exception, amazing forces of talent and energy.
This devised mix of musical theatre, witty confessionals and thoughful social critique engages, but lacks a consistent thread to convincingly tie the work together as a whole.
The Bowness Photography Prize is a contemporary collection of stories in pictures told by Australians at home and abroad, making the visual vocal.
There is some truly marvellous acting in this detailed and precise production.
A touching and poignant drama about Bathurst as both a material and imaginative sphere. It is a complex and profound play that is not to be missed.
Borrowed Time provides provocative pieces and invite much speculation on McGregor’s thesis about the placement of the artist in the industry of creativity.
Artstate Bathurst highlights included a rehearsed reading of an in-development script and a concert by the NSW Regional Youth Orchestra.
Shaun Tan has once again produced an extraordinary work.
The 2018 festival does not shy away from polarising topics that provide an impetus to discuss tensions between the developed and the developing world.
A brilliant piece of intimate and simultaneously joyful and gut wrenching theatre.
Bailey’s latest one-man stand up routine is a good sample of all that is excellent about him.
A coming- of-age tale about having to break patterns to give yourself a another life, Astroman is heartwarming but unnecessarily long.
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui‘s smooth fusion of modern dance, martial arts, and Zen Buddhism is a Festival delight.
It's not a story for everyone, but it's a play that everyone should see.
A thoughtfully curated show that captures something of an artist who defies ready catagorisation.
This CASUS production debunks past attitudes and the horrid truths of colonial history, an empowering journey for both the audience the individual performers.
There is much more to this novel than simply a thrilling murder mystery.
The author's grandfather was the inspiration for the protagonist of this novel.
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