Unlock exclusive industry-focused arts hubs
In the know? Seen a great show? Think you have a better idea?
Hit the contribute button now to share your story
Become a Student member
Become an ArtsHub member
Do you want to drive awareness of your event to an engaged audience?
Showing all Performing Arts news in Reviews
A laugh-out-loud show from avant-garde Japanese theatre company Niwa Gekidan Penino.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s one-woman show leaves you wanting more – so luckily there’s two seasons of the TV series too.
The Ilbijerri Ensemble’s inaugural production revives the ghosts of Richard Frankland’s 2002 play.
Jaha Koo’s one-man, three-rice-cooker show offers insight into the recent struggles of South Korea.
Contessa Treffone plays more than 30 characters in this breathless foodie comedy.
The popular musical, set in Britain during the Thatcher era, is back to impress new audiences with its uplifting story.
In a twist, the world’s most famous artworks come to life in Rossini’s rarely performed opera.
Eight interconnected stories by Maura Pierlot explore neurodiversity, gender identity, family and belonging.
A journey across cultures and down the rabbit hole.
The beloved Briefs boys are back with ribald humour, athletic prowess and all-round charming antics.
A fabulous family-friendly cornucopia of music, mime, and special effects.
Stage adaptation of the classic novel resonates in today’s world with its focus on love, freedom, and social conditioning.
Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst’s live show is a comic Grand Designs with music and a healthy dash of nostalgia.
An absurdist piece of metatheatre that touches on relationships, identity, performativity, and the games that people play.
Keziah Warner’s play shows that the stage, in its analogue austerity, has something to add to sci-fi.
A little touch of New York City, right here in the little smoke.
Daryl Somers, Jason Bensen and cast show that The Producers is a story meant for the stage.
A smutty and delightful performance that makes other cabarets look tame.
Four actors play 139 roles in this comedic interpretation of Hitchcock.
Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa’s theatre debut is a poetic, immersive interpretation of culture and visibility.
Advertise your event to a captive audience
Maximise the visibility and reach of your brand and events by advertising with ArtsHub. Spread the word to an engaged audience.
Become an Australian arts industry insider by joining ArtsHub - the one-stop-shop for the latest industry news, jobs, what’s on and much more.
Become a member this month and save 20% off your Annual ArtsHub Membership.
For less than $2.30 per week now is the best time to join Australia’s largest arts network.