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Heroic. Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. On the left is a shot chest up of a middle aged white man with grey hair wearing dark rimmed glasses, folding his arms and holding a conductor's baton. On the right is a younger dark haired man wearing a dark suit and tie over a white shirt, smiling at the camera and holding his hands in front of him.
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Music Review: Heroic, Adelaide Town Hall

Leading Sibelian, Osmo Vänskä conducted a vivacious performance of Sibelius and Beethoven.

Embodied. Two female dancers on a dark stage, under two stage lights with barn doors are dressed in tight white skivvies and grey shorts, and are stretching their right arms up in the air.
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Dance review: EMBODIED, Dancehouse

A double bill of dance captivated and entranced.

The Grinning Man. A huddle of seven young actors in vaguely Victorian/Edwardian clothing grasp and peer over each other with manically grinning faces.
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Musical review: The Grinning Man, Alex Theatre

A number of miscalculations may make you grimace instead of grin in the Australian premiere of this British musical.

WAY. On a dark stage an older worried looking white woman in a grey hoodie is using a phone in a telephone box. A chair is on the right of the picture.
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Theatre review: WAY, fortyfivedownstairs

A one-person show that skilfully covers a societal issue with empathy and compassion.

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Dance Review: SILENCE, His Majesty’s Theatre, WA

SILENCE is a plea for treaty in dance form with drum-heavy soundscapes and a clever use of comedy.

Peacemongers. Against a green backdrop an Asian woman and white man sit at a dinner table laden with food, candles and books. He holds a butternut pumpkin and she holds a wine glass. They are both wearing serviettes tucked into their collars.
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Theatre review: Peacemongers, Darebin Arts Speakeasy

An experimental think piece that played with the concept of a perfect world.

Hidden Thoughts. MSO. A white woman with long straight greying hair and glasses is looking slightly up and to the right with a big smile. She stands in front of a wall covered in wooden boards and wears a leather jacket.
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Music review: Hidden Thoughts I: Do I matter?, Southbank Centre

MSO’s Hidden Thoughts season is celebrating music’s ability to tell stories that move and inspire us.

No Church in the Wild. Murray Middleton. Image on the left is an author upper body shot of a white man in his 20s/30s sitting at a wooden table with his hands clasped on the table, and wearing a blue jumper. On the right is the book cover, which features a facade of a block of commission flats with the book's title laid over the balconies.
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Book review: No Church in the Wild, Murray Middleton

A complex and confronting story about migrant youth from the towers of Melbourne's inner west, their teachers and the local…

Image is a conceptual artwork that is a frame of 64 rectangular shapes laid out in eight rows with a black bold framework around and between them. Characters.
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Exhibition review: Characters, Hayden's Gallery

Six contemporary women artists using conceptual art to explore change, process and the philosophy of art.

I Wish... In front of a backdrop of a huge moon in the night sky, four circus performers dressed in yellow, blue, red and green perform, with two performers holding aloft a third who is doing the splits, while the fourth performer stands at the back holding up an Astera light tube.
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Performance review: I Wish..., Theatre Royal

Children's circus in a collaborative effort that gently introduced young visitors to physical theatre.

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