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It was surprising to learn that this distinguished French Piano Trio is making its first visit to Australia.
Books don’t get much more loved than Possum Magic by Mem Fox and Julie Vivas.
This collaborative performance by Trinity College Choir and The Song Company demonstrates mature innovation.
A dark and thought provoking work of theatre, skilfully brought to life by a talented team of creatives and performers.
Combining new disciplines of city circus, songs and action, slow sequences and frenetic ones, this show is designed to give the younger audience an exciting experience.
These Aussie blokes just keep on tapping!
Shakespeare at his most minimal.
A small, bird-bone figure with a mass of blonde hair, Maria Bamford looks the picture of demure innocence, but this comic has a dirty mouth and a rather messy brain.
Forecast 2.0 The Singapore Project explores identity in a contemporary, connected, click-bait world.
Many decades and hundreds of performances later it’s no wonder that the musical (touted and lauded as one of the best ever) has withstood the test of time.
A night of colour and enthusiasm.
The David Walliams-penned tale will next year celebrate its tenth anniversary.
A most glorious concert – musically and vocally dazzling.
Cross-cultural idiosyncrasies and stereotype-skewering abound in this fun, rude and energetic night out.
Russia's romantic composers bring stories alive with music.
A relaxed, conversational, up-and-coming Australian comedian, fresh off a UK tour, Tresidder clearly relishes audience engagement.
Michelle Law’s play is a clarion call for a more inclusive portrait of contemporary Australian society.
David O’Doherty is a bit rude and a whole lot of funny.
Vietnamese-Australian comic Diana Nguyen is a vivacious and effervescent force.
With the evocative use of dark and noise, Director Julia Robertson allows the work to ebb and flow.
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