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Teenage performers in tuxedos and shorts jump out of a white piano in Tempo by the Flying Fruit Fly Circus at Art Centre Melbourne.

Performance review: Tempo, Arts Centre Melbourne

The Fruities jump back onto our stages with a music themed performance.

children's theatre. three performers on stage dressed as cave people attacking each other with clubs.

Performing and creating for children

How creating work for children can enrich not only a performer's repertoire, but also their own personal growth.


Performance review: Maho Magic Bar, Chinatown

Japanese magicians illuminate Chinatown.


Overcoming threshold anxiety

Geelong Arts Centre’s redevelopment opens the venue up to the public eye, in a way that’s deliberately designed to ensure…


Performance review: Josh Staley, Quicker than the Eye, Arrow on Swanston

Not just quick of hand, Staley is also funny and a good showman.

A six-piece band play onstage with their frontwoman front and centre.

Experience the unmissable Adelaide Fringe

Tickets are now on sale for more than 1200 shows from around Australia and the world at this year’s Adelaide…


National Cultural Policy needs a Music Australia agency: Greens

A national peak body for contemporary music could help grow the sector at home and abroad.

Carclew with visitors on the lawn

Carclew celebrates 50 years of youth arts in South Australia

In its 50th year of operation, Carclew reflects on the past while warmly embracing the future.

OzAsia Festival

Theatre review: OzAsia Festival, SNAP

A colourful blend of sophisticated illusions and technological trickery.

A woman hatches from a a giant egg, with some of the shell worn as a hat. She wears a quizzical expression and holds one hand up to gesture at her egg-hat.

How to make the most of a Fringe festival

Three Fringe festival veterans on why they love Fringe and their advice for newcomers.

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