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As Australia's newest theatre company, National Theatre of Parramatta will represent the growing artistic hub of Western Sydney.
A growing niche screen program at Riverside Theatres is championing Australian independent film.
‘Stolen’ returns in 2016 as part of Riverside Theatres’ extensive education program.
A sophisticated approach to access is opening opportunities for artists with disability at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres.
Tasmania’s famed Museum of Old and New Art’s highly awaited 2016 Festival of Music and Art will take on a new format this summer, returning to Mona for a long weekend of non-stop music, art and performance.
Carriageworks is set to host a major exhibition surrounding the history of NAISDA in 2016.
Central to Carriageworks’ new Artistic Program is the production of contemporary work by artists with disability.
Experimental and emerging NSW artists are set to gain from Carriageworks’ 2016 Artistic Program.
Carriageworks is supporting artists with exciting new partnerships as part of its 2016 Artistic Program.
A $14 million Graduate School and three new Masters of Fine Arts courses are writing the next chapter of NIDA’s story.
Port Macquarie is more than beaches and colonial history: introducing one of Australia's most scenic regional culture hubs.
The Coffs Coast region has always been a popular holiday spot, attracting sunseeking families to its diverse environs in abundance. Home to much more than The Big Banana, this idyllic area has been busy growing itself a thriving arts industry.
The 7th of June, 2015 marks an auspicious date in the fertile history of Ballarat, as the city celebrates one of one of its most venerated attractions.
Ned Kelly is being brought back to life in Bendigo, where a musical and an exhibition simultaneously examine what the outlaw legend means to modern Australia.
Australia’s oldest puppetry company Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is building on its successes and giving back to the performing arts industry through training programs.
Balnaves Foundation’s Indigenous Playwright awardee Nakkiah Lui’s play, Kill the Messenger, spotlights the complex nature of racism in Australia in a fierce and humorous tell-all.
For its 70th anniversary in 2015, Musica Viva will bring a stellar set of musicians to its Australian audience, including the world’s leading baroque orchestra, Tafelmusik.
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With world premieres, modern adaptations & Australian firsts, Ensemble Theatre boasts something for everyone in 2015.
Jump-starting the year with a hilarious UK comedy, Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2015 Season promises to be fresh and socially relevant.
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