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Monday, February 24, 2020

On the Couch with Jo Dyer by Arts Review

Who is Jo Dyer? I’m Director of Adelaide Writers’ Week, frustrated political junkie, theatre and film producer, wine and gin drinker, AFL follower, social media lurker, and parent to the…

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Conchita Wurst and Trevor Ashley in Concert by Arts Review

For one night only join Austria’s greatest glam pop vocalist along with Australia’s queen of cabaret in an evening to remember in three special concerts in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne…

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Japanese Modernism by Arts Review

Featuring over 190 multi-disciplinary works created during the first half of the 20th century, the National Gallery of Victoria presents Japanese Modernism – an exclusive exhibition at NGV…

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The Happy Prince by Arts Review

Bringing the classic Oscar Wilde story of the golden statue with a compassionate heart to the stage, The Australian Ballet presents The Happy Prince in a world premiere season at the Queensl…

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Sunday, February 23, 2020

Cloudstreet by Arts Review

Cloudstreet, based on the novel by Tim Winton and adapted for stage by Nick Enright and Justin Monjo returns to the stage after 22 years. Cloudstreet is a saga that examines the lives of two…

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Italian American Reconciliation by Arts Review

“Te toto o te tangata, he kai; te oranga o te tangata, he whenua” (While food provides the blood in our veins, our health is drawn from the land) – Maori proverb The richness of tradit…

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Full adult cast announced for The Secret Garden by Arts Review

Producers John Frost and Opera Australia have announced the full adult cast for the 25th anniversary production of The Secret Garden which will play at the Sydney Lyric Theatre from 2 August…

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Vai by Arts Review

“Envisioning a world where a diversity of women’s voices, stories and creativity are equally recognised and celebrated” reads the mission statement of the Melbourne Women in Film Festi…

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Eight Australian projects to screen at Berlinale by Arts Review

Eight Australian projects have been selected to screen at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) including two features, two television series and four short films. “To ha…

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Friday, February 21, 2020

On the Couch with Andy Conaghan by Arts Review

Who is Andy Conaghan? A new dad – and currently the Big Bad Wolf in the Shrek the Musical eight times a week. Send coffee. What would you do differently from what you do now? I’m endeavo…

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Carolyn Eskdale: Memory Horizon by Arts Review

Featuring a series of room-scale site-specific sculptures, Heide Museum of Modern Art presents Memory Horizon – an exhibition of new work by Australian artist, Carolyn Eskdale, on display …

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Dance Nation by Arts Review

Clare Barron’s wild, award-winning comedy about a group of pre-teen dancers fighting for a national final, Dance Nation, premieres at Adelaide’s Scott Theatre in February before heading …

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Full cast announced for One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest by Arts Review

A star-studded cast including some of Australia’s most celebrated television, film and theatre performers will join already announced Lachy Hulme and Roz Hammond in One Flew Over The Cucko…

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Blanc de Blanc Encore by Arts Review

You know that moment where Brad and Janet walk into Frank-N-Furter’s lobby and wonder what the fork they are witnessing This same feeling can be experienced frequently during much of Blanc…

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PACT Revisioned: Artistic Directorate announced by Arts Review

PACT Centre for Emerging Artists has announced a dramatic re-visioning of the artistic direction of the organisation, piloting an exciting collaborative leadership model that puts artists at…

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On the Couch with Conchita Wurst by Arts Review

Who is Conchita Wurst? I am a singer and artist from Austria and won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014. Since then, I have travelled the world, recorded three studio albums, go on multiple…

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Kaiela-Dungala (Goulburn Murray) by Arts Review

From textiles to cultural adornment to earthy vessels and skilled weaving reflecting the Kaiela-Dungala (Goulburn Murray) region of Victoria, this new exhibition at the Koorie Heritage Trust…

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Salome by Arts Review

A crumbling society, an unstable political milieu, and the uncontrollability of desire are all starkly reflected in Victorian Opera’s new production of Richard Strauss’ Salome at St Kild…

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Melbourne Theatre Company’s Cybec Electric 2020 Line-Up Announced by Arts Review

Melbourne Theatre Company’s annual play reading series, Cybec Electric, returns from Thursday 27 February at the Southbank Theatre with new writing from nine astonishing playwrights. Emil…

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Cloudstreet by Arts Review

Take a seat and join two of WA’s favourite families for a once-in-a-generation theatre event as Tim Winton’s award-winning novel Cloudstreet adapted by Nick Enright and Justin Monjo co…

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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Australian Open by Arts Review

Australian Open is a smart, sleek and epically glorious romp that pulls on the treads of Australia’s hang ups on monogamy, queer representation, self-fulfilment and sport. This may seem li…

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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

On the Couch with Geoff Cobham by Arts Review

Who is Geoff Cobham? Geoff is a lover of light, a purveyor of Pasties, a sucker for Science Fiction and has a late onset passion for Rugby Union. He is also the Artistic Director of Patch Th…

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Courtney Act: FLUID by Arts Review

Darlinghurst Theatre Company is proud to present the World Premiere of FLUID by international icon, Courtney Act at the Eternity Playhouse as part of the 2020 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi G…

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American Psycho – The Musical heads to Arts Centre Melbourne this May by Arts Review

A dangerously funny adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ best-selling novel and the 2000 cult film of the same name, American Psycho – The Musical, will make its Melbourne premiere in the Pl…

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Opera Australia celebrates milestone with 400 tickets for 400 cents each for Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour! by Arts Review

More than 400,000 people have been to Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour since it launched in 2012 and to celebrate this milestone Opera Australia is offering 400 tickets for just $4 each to its …

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New cast members uncloaked as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child celebrates its First Birthday in Australia by Arts Review

Producers Sonia Friedman and Colin Callender have announced the new cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, as the multi-award-winning theatrical event enters its second year at Melbourne…

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Vincent Hooper: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow by Arts Review

With one of the most thrilling voices in the music theatre and cabaret industry, be among the first to experience the incredible collection of songs from Vincent Hooper’s new album, Here T…

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On the Couch with Peter Watt by Arts Review

Who is Peter Watt? A full time self-employed novelist for 6 months, and a full time volunteer bush fire fighter for 6 months of the year. What would you do differently to what you do now? No…

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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The Great Australian Play by Arts Review

A psychedelic romp through the myths of our glorious nation’s past, present and imagined future, Theatre Works and Montague Basement presents the Australian premiere season of Kim Ho’s n…

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The Professor and the Madman by Arts Review

If you thought David O’Russell’s biographical-drama Joy, a film which followed the trials and tribulations of miracle-mop entrepreneur Joy Mangano, had the most obscure origin story, the…

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Alice Nash appointed Executive Director of Arts Investment at the Australia Council by Arts Review

The Australia Council for the Arts has announced the appointment of Alice Nash as the Executive Director of Arts Investment. “I am deeply honoured to be joining the Australia Council as th…

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