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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Mardi Gras celebrates 40 years with huge inflatable art installation on Taylor Square by Arts Review

A new fabulous inflatable art installation will take pride of place at Taylor Square to mark four decades of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and cement the precinct’s place in its hi…

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Melbourne City of Literature celebrates ten years by Arts Review

Melbourne might be known for its arty laneways, monochrome fashion sense and love of coffee, but the city has one other thing it trades in abundance – words. The people of Melbourne co…

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The Sound of Falling Stars by Arts Review

Featuring 31 of the most popular and beloved voices of the 20th century, artists responsible for songs that have served as soundtracks for the lives of so many, Arts Centre Melbourne present…

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

On the Couch with Erin Good by Arts Review

Who is Erin Good? A hardworking writer, director and romantic at heart who’s favourite zoning out activity is drawing or painting with a drink in hand. What would you do differently to wha…

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Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical the highest ever selling show at Arts Centre Melbourne by Arts Review

Melbourne’s summer musical Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical, has become the highest selling show ever staged at Arts Centre Melbourne. The Australian made production has enjoyed…

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Fringe World: Club Swizzle Sizzles by Arts Review

Club Swizzle’s atmosphere is a mixture of a classy, sexy jazz club. With a bar in the middle of the performance area it is quickly and expertly transformed into a performance area. Parts o…

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Weave: The Festival of Aboriginal and Pacific Cultures by Arts Review

The strength and diversity of Aboriginal dance, art, storytelling and song will be celebrated by the Australian Museum when its inaugural Festival of Aboriginal and Pacific cultures, Weave …

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Bernadette Robinson: The Show Goes On by Arts Review

More comfortable with the gloss rather than the grime, The Show Goes On features Bernadette Robinson winding her way through the roles of a variety of female singers. From Judy Garland to Ba…

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Nominations for the 2018 Green Room Awards Announced by Arts Review

Recognising excellence and innovation across a range of professional productions presented on the Melbourne stage in 2017, the Green Room Awards Association is proud to announce the nominati…

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2017 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards announced in Brisbane by Arts Review

The winners of the prestigious 2017 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards have been announced by Carrillo Gantner AO, Chair of the Sidney Myer Fund at the Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the Aus…

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Adelaide Fringe: Two Brunettes & A Gay – God Save The Queens! by Arts Review

Sometimes you just need to take a chance on a show that you have no idea what’s in store. That’s what we did and it paid off. Two Brunettes & A Gay – God Save The Queens! …

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Adelaide Fringe: Paul Dabek – Encore! by Arts Review

What a way to start the 2018 Fringe season! My favourite Magician, Paul Dabek is back again and his latest show Encore! is even funnier, saucier and naughtier than ever. Every year I go an…

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On the Couch with Nadine Garner by Arts Review

Who is Nadine Garner? Nadine Garner. What would you do differently to what you do now? I’d probably choose to be more of a direct healer. I think performers help people heal. I think peopl…

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Hilarie Mais by Arts Review

UK-born, Sydney-based artist Hilarie Mais’ first major solo exhibition in over a decade will visit TarraWarra Museum of Art from 24 February 2018. Since the early 1970s, Mais has consisten…

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Bell Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra by Arts Review

Continuing to explore Shakespeare’s ability to take the greatest moments in history and make them profoundly personal, Bell Shakespeare’s Artistic Director, Peter Evans directs a new pr…

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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Four decades on – Circus Oz rocks into a milestone year  by Arts Review

In 2018, the iconic Melbourne-born arts company, Circus Oz will celebrate forty amazing years of groundbreaking Australian contemporary circus. Maintaining a strong commitment to creating ci…

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Global Creatures strides the world stage with a slate of blockbusters by Arts Review

Australia’s Global Creatures will secure its place as a leading international theatre production company as it celebrates its biggest year ever in 2018. This year in the UK, the company op…

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On the Couch with Rinat Shaham by Arts Review

Who is Rinat Shaham? I’m Carmen to a lot of people. But the truth is, I’m an opera singer, or more precisely, a performing artist longing to portray truthfully whatever role touches the …

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Beyond The Barricade to premiere in Australia by Arts Review

A glittering concert of musical showstoppers, the critically-acclaimed show, Beyond the Barricade will make its debut in Australia this year, touring to 24 cities from early June 2018. Starr…

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BI-CYCLE by Arts Review

Soulful, sweaty and fun, BI-CYCLE is a fourth-wall-spinning solo performance that tells the story of one of the most unique characters to hit the Adelaide Fringe stage this February. Writte…

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Thomas Murray and the Upside Down River by Arts Review

A thrilling Australian drama from the multi-award winning writer of Last Cab to Darwin, Critical Stages presents Reg Cribb’s Thomas Murray and the Upside Down River as part of a reg…

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Monday, February 19, 2018

Monash launches a new era in performance by Arts Review

Monash Academy of Performing Arts has launched its inaugural season of MLIVE – an eclectic program of Australian and international live music, theatre and dance curated as a cultural r…

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John Gollings: The history of the built world by Arts Review

Currently on display until 4 March 2018, the Monash Gallery of Art presents a major survey of the work of John Gollings in The history of the built world. John Gollings is Australia’s pr…

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The Production Company announces 2018 Season by Arts Review

Celebrating their 20th Season, The Production Company (TPC) have announced their 2018 Season with three of the best musicals – Oklahoma, The Boy From Oz and A Gentleman’s Guide t…

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APAM 2018 cements Brisbane’s place on the global stage by Arts Review

The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM 2018) officially opened today at Brisbane Powerhouse, an event that has brought an influx of visitors to the city – shining a light on Austr…

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White Night illuminates Melbourne by Arts Review

White Night Melbourne captured the imagination of more than 600,000 people over the weekend, delivering on its promise to experience the city as never seen before. This year’s White Night …

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Gilligan’s Island: The Musical by Arts Review

From the wonderful bustle of the preamble – greeting and interacting with people as they come in while also wrangling Gilligan as he slapsticks himself among the seats – to the f…

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On the Couch with Tamara Saulwick by Arts Review

Who is Tamara Saulwick? Tamara Saulwick is the Artistic Director of Chamber Made – a Melbourne based performing arts company working at the nexus of performance, sound and music. Tama…

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Mamma Mia! by Arts Review

Australia has a love affair with the music of ABBA. We just can’t get enough of it. The stage productions of Muriel’s Wedding, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and of course Mamma Mia! al…

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What’s HOT at the 2018 Adelaide Fringe by Arts Review

The 2018 Adelaide Fringe kicked off in spectacular style over the weekend, as North Terrace was transformed into a Parade of Light – an animated corridor of colour, light and wonder!…

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Mikelangelo & Anushka: Siblings by Arts Review

There are times when something you like is lessened by just being stretched too far. This applies somewhat to Siblings, the latest collaboration between musical Melbourne natives Mikelangelo…

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