Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Powerhouse Museum to digitise vast collection by Arts Review

The Powerhouse Museum has launched one of the largest digitisation projects in Australia with the Museum to digitally capture around 338,000 items from its extraordinary collection. Launchin…

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The Underpants by Arts Review

A wild satire that will have audiences laughing out loud, Sugary Rum Productions presents The Underpants by Oscar-winning comedy legend, Steve Martin at the Seymour Centre this October and N…

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New space-themed circus heads to Melbourne in 2020 by Arts Review

Expect a show that’s out of this world! This summer, Cirque Stratosphere, a spectacular new space-based circus from the creators of The Illusionists, Circus 1903 and Le Noir is heading to …

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Monday, October 21, 2019

Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA reveals 2020 season by Arts Review

With the theme, Stories from Here, Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA has revealed their 2020 season, bringing audiences the best artists from Western Australia and around the country to…

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On the Couch with Anita Gigi Budai by Arts Review

Who is Anita Gigi Budai? Anita Gigi Budai is a creative producer and environmental designer. I am a story teller using space as my manuscript and art and artefacts as the characters in my no…

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Selby & Friends: Beethoven’s Back! by Arts Review

In readiness for the big celebrations in 2020 for the master’s 250th birthday, Selby & Friends’ annual foray into Beethoven’s great chamber music is a welcome prelude. In response …

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Come From Away becomes most successful musical to play at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre by Arts Review

Global hit Come From Away has been named the most successful musical in the Comedy Theatre’s 91-year history, this week surpassing the box office records of all other musicals staged at th…

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Australia’s largest Harry Potter concept store opens at MYER by Arts Review

Something magical has come to Melbourne. Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed up with Myer to unveil Harry Potter at Myer – Australia’s largest Harry Potter concept store. Opening o…

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Tarnanthi 2019 launches and announces international exhibition for Tarnanthi 2020 by Arts Review

Tarnanthi 2019 has opened to thousands of people at the Art Gallery of South Australia, as AGSA announces that in 2020, for the first time, Tarnanthi will feature an exhibition in France. Se…

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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Billy Elliott – The Musical by Arts Review

With practically every news bulletin filled with images of protests around the world, a musical based around the 1984 Miners strike in Britain could hardly be more relevant. However, far fro…

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Windmill Theatre Co launches biggest live theatre season ever by Arts Review

Windmill Theatre Co has announced its 2020 live theatre season, including a brand new work about the creation of the universe, a regional tour for a robot, and the 10th anniversary return of…

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Slaughterhouse by Arts Review

Disturbingly funny and refreshingly bold, Anchuli Felicia King’s Slaughterhouse, continues to prove why Belvoir’s 25A program is the standard for independent theatre in Sydney. Five broa…

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Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras to host WorldPride 2023 by Arts Review

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has won their bid to host the international marquee Pride event, WorldPride 2023. Members of the worldwide InterPride network of Pride organisations voted b…

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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Natives Go Wild at Sydney Opera House by Arts Review

A provocative new cabaret that flips the lid on historical fiction and celebrates the global voice of First Nations people, Sydney Opera House presents the world premiere of Natives Go Wild …

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Friday, October 18, 2019

Future Echoes – a new annual festival celebrating performance created by young people by Arts Review

For the first time Arts Centre Melbourne will present a new festival celebrating ideas and performance made by and with young people aged 13 – 30. Future Echoes – a four day festival fro…

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On the Couch with Monique Fisher by Arts Review

Who is Monique Fisher? A Melbourne born and raised actress who loves food, her dog and making art. She is the artistic director of the new production company ‘Around The Moon’  and is c…

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Tasmanian Theatre Company announce new Artistic Director by Arts Review

Tasmanian Theatre Company has announced Maeve Mhairi MacGregor as their new Artistic Director/CEO. In making the announcement, Anne Cordiner, Acting Chair Tasmanian Theatre Company said “T…

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Lobby Hero by Arts Review

In a night of suspense, humour and compromised morality, Around the Moon Productions presents Lobby Hero by Oscar-winning playwright Kenneth Lonergan at fortyfivedownstairs from 22 October 2…

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Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson: Step Into Paradise by Arts Review

Drawing on more than four decades of one of the most influential pairings in the history of Australian fashion, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) presents Jenny Kee and Linda Ja…

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Promised by Arts Review

Though extremely capable of outlasting others on a deserted Fijian island, it is Pia Miranda’s AACTA award-winning performance in 2000s Looking for Alibrandi that will remain her careers m…

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

MONA FOMA reveals 2020 program by Arts Review

With over 400 artists across 25 venues, Mona Foma has announced the program for its twelfth festival, the second of its kind in Launceston, Tasmania. “Mona Foma 2020 finds us using one of …

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Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art set to push artistic boundaries and create unexpected experiences by Arts Review

Now in its fifth year, Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art is internationally known as a creative platform for captivating new work. For the next 11 days, Performance Space brings togethe…

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On the Couch with Danielle O’Malley by Arts Review

Who is Danielle O’Malley? A girl from Perth who’s mother always told her that she could achieve anything she set her heart on. I owe so much to her. What would you do differently to what…

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MIAF: The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes by Arts Review

Geelong’s Back-to Back has once again graced the Melbourne International Arts Festival stage with a hard-hitting and unashamedly honest work. The stage is set for a town hall meeting; fami…

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Jane Eyre by Arts Review

One of the most iconic pieces of English literature will leap off the page when shake & stir theatre co’s new stage adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre blazes into the Cremor…

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The Choir of Man return to Melbourne this December by Arts Review

Fresh from a hugely successful world tour, including the Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and a sell-out Sydney season, The Choir of Man return offering up 90 minutes of indisputable …

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My Brilliant Career – a musical adaptation by Arts Review

Monash University’s Alexander Theatre in Clayton will play host to an original musical adaptation of the legendary coming-of-age novel My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin from 18 October…

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International Artists take to the stage for the 2019 OzAsia Festival by Arts Review

World-class contemporary music, theatre, dance, film, literature and visual art from across Asia and beyond will be showcased at Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival 2019 from today …

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Liz Hughes appointed new CEO of NIDA by Arts Review

Australia’s pre-eminent performing arts school (National Institute of Dramatic Art) NIDA has announced the appointment of Ms Liz Hughes to the role of CEO effective December 2019. In r…

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On the Couch with Paolo Bordogna by Arts Review

Who is Paolo Bordogna? I’m an Italian opera singer. I was born in a little town close to Milan and I’m the only musician in my family. I’m saying this because I want to pay a tribute t…

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Ernie Dingo to star alongside a host of young Australian talent for the Bran Nue Dae 30th Anniversary Tour by Arts Review

Legendary Australian actor and TV presenter Ernie Dingo will reprise the role of Uncle Tadpole he first performed 30 years ago when the hit musical Bran Nue Dae, written by Jimmy Chi in coll…

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