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Many speculations emerged after the famous five-hour dinner of Lady Gaga and Julian Assange in 2012. None were as funny as this.
Adelaide Fringe has launched a $30,000 fund designed to provide financial assistance to Australian artists.
Employing vibrant tempi, as well as soft expressive tones, ensemble members thrill crowds with period-instrument favourites.
This magic show both seduces and builds suspense as it unravels the illusion of performance.
Over 200 feature films from around the globe will play at the 2014 Byron Bay International Film Festival.
Hobart’s City Hall will be transformed into a cabaret hub for this latest addition to the Vandemonian arts calendar.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the Great War, Black Diggers will emerge as an important theatrical landmark.
Same-sex marriage may not yet be on the law books in Australia, but the topic is definitely being explored on stage.
A sunny Saturday afternoon provides the perfect backdrop for French crepes, champagne and chanteurs.
Michael Griffiths presents a phallocentric reading of Annie Lennox, but his music is superb.
Tim Crouch excels in this one-man show at the Sydney Festival.
Imagination and innovation in Sasha Waltz's experimental choreography.
Performing arts companies will get new homes but there's no gallery and less temporary exhibition space at Australia's newest cultural precinct under the Walsh Bay Precinct Master Plan released by Arts NSW.
Elegant and inspired project covers diverse social, musical and religious backgrounds.
Rocking-chair view only: Abjection and humour create pleasurable effects in this excellent staging of Beckett classic.
Cities across Australia celebrate Chinese New Year with a race of events themed to the Year of the Horse.
David Sefton's second festival celebrates the weird and wonderful, the inspiring and the challenging.
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A raucous blend of daredevil trapeze and acrobatics.
An astonishing and enthralling theatrical tour de force.
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