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Mar 17 - Apr 21
A world of magical moments and pure entertainment awaits you in 2021 at Melbourne Theatre Company.
Performances & Gigs
May 24 - Jun 05
La Boite Theatre returns for another slate of provocative and entertaining new works in ACT 2; the company’s latest line-up of mainstage productions, art installations, and new works in development for their 2021 season.
Jun 24 - Jul 03
A historic moment in West Australian Ballet's history as the Company introduce their new season – STATE.
Dec 07 - Oct 10
WAO SEASON 2021 LAUNCHED
Mar 22 - Dec 04
The 2021 Season is one for our times — filled with love, laughter, tragedy and triumph, and above all, connection.
Mar 23 - Dec 11
Celebrating 30 years, Black Swan creates brave and playful conversations FOR YOU. ABOUT YOU. WITH YOU with a year of new collaborations and inspiring performances.
Mar 22 - Dec 31
A year of innovative collaborations, special guest artists and, of course, beautiful music. From an inspiring concert season to unique events that engage younger listeners, there is something entertaining for everyone.
Two iconic Melbourne artists join forces for a unique and magical collaboration.
Apr 18 - 21
Apr 21 - 22
Internationally acclaimed, award-winning Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss is bringing his highly anticipated 11th solo show Hubris to Darwin.
Apr 20 - 22
An Antipodes Theatre Company Production
Apr 19 - 22
Youth Week Comedy Night
Virtuoso pianist Yiyun Gu plays music by Liszt, Goossens and young female Chinese composer, Wang A Mao.
Apr 20 - 23
An original dance theatre work, SECRETS is based on Jake’s story of friendship, love and life, which, over time become splintered, scarred and devastated by his addiction to ice.
Apr 19 - 23
An award-winning solo show exploring homosexuality, society and shame in 1960s Australia, laced with the words of Shakespeare.
CIYA's 18-30 Theatre Ensemble brings "100 Reasons for War" by Tom Hollaway to life, exploring human nature through a myriad of scenes and voices.
Art, science and ancient knowledges come together through storytelling, projections and cultural dance, at this family friendly event.
Apr 22 - 24
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