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The Burlesque Garden

FRINGE WORLD: A tantalising mix of circus, music, dance, cabaret and burlesque combine in the Burlesque Garden.

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Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular

MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: This local version of the BBC's Doctor Who Proms is a treat for Doctor Who fans, but…

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The Day The Sky Turned Black

FRINGE WORLD: Ali Kennedy-Scott's play chronicling the stories of everyday heroes who fought Victoria's ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires takes audiences on…

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Griffith REVIEW Surviving Edition 35

Learning and reflecting from disaster - ”Surviving” explores tales of extraordinary battles and random brushes with fate.

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PJ Harvey

MONA FOMA: Although PJ Harvey played a characteristally excellent set at PW1, the bane of short folk attending gigs everywhere…

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In Vogue: Songs By Madonna

MIDSUMMA: Michael Griffiths brings new meaning to Madonna's songs in a show that unites its audiences in joy.

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The Barbarians

MONA FOMA: Based on Constantine Cavafy's 'Waiting For the Barbarians', this new production from IHOS music theatre opera is compelling…

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Shakespeare in the Park: The Comedy of Errors

SHAKESPEARE WA: One of erth’s best-loved summer entertainment events, Shakespeare in the Park is putting on three plays in 2012,…

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Beautiful Burnout

SYDNEY FESTIVAL: A must-see, Beautiful Burnout is is a funny, honest and moving exploration of boxing culture that will appeal…

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Stage Fright

NEW THEATRE: Based on the beloved kids' novels by Paul Jennings, Stage Fright is a delight for young and old…

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