Theatre review: The Kaye Hole, QPAC
A spicy variety cabaret show of excess and spectacle.
fortyfivedownstairs plans to stick around despite development woes
The multi-arts space is threatened by a neighbouring development but has no plans to call it quits.
Neurodiverse artists take on cabaret
The award-winning Strangeways Ensemble is back to claim the stage.
Phoenix festival rises from the Fringe
Melbourne Fringe’s program has been reinvented, with 55 in-person shows swiftly adapted for digital performance.
Melbourne Fringe cancels 90% of events
Artists will be refunded for all registration and advertising costs says organisers, as the program goes digital.
10 years of bringing art into everyday lives
The Junction Arts Festival team reflect on the festival’s past, present and future at Artlands 2021.
Theatre review: Durkh a Modne Gloz, Kadimah Yiddish Theatre, Melbourne
An engaging fusion of Yiddish poems and cabaret, but the experiment didn't always work.
Australian Performing Arts Exchange moves entirely online
The annual conference and arts market will now take place entirely online.
Changes made to Playing Australia cautiously welcomed
The Australia Council has reintroduced multi-year investments and streamlined the application process for the Regional Performing Arts Touring program.
Artist-driven vaccination campaign urges audiences to play a part in pandemic recovery
Victorian audiences are being urged to give the ‘performance of a lifetime’ by getting vaccinated.