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Sunday, August 2, 2020

Arts and conversation bringing generations together for seniors week by Peter J Snee

Queenslanders are invited to gather with family and friends, young and old, to enjoy a specially curated online event on

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Thursday, July 30, 2020

Bambert’s Book of Lost Stories is back for the month of August by Peter J Snee

For the month of August, as part of Arts Centre Melbourne’s Together With You program, families will be able to immerse

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PHANTOM has not closed for good says Really Useful Group by Peter J Snee

The Stage UK provides more clarity on claims that the West End production of The Phantom of the Opera is permanently

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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

$1.4 million lifeline for Sydney’s cultural sector by Peter J Snee

Sydney’s cultural and creative sector will receive a much-needed $1.4 million boost thanks to the City of Sydney’s latest round

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Melbourne Opera appoints Anastasia Fai Kogan to its Board by Peter J Snee

Melbourne Opera is pleased to announce the appointment of Anastasia Fai Kogan to its Board. Mrs Kogan will serve as

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Thursday, July 23, 2020

Alan Joyce goes one on one with Kerry O’Brien at HOTA, live and online by Peter J Snee

HOTA, Home of the Arts has partnered with Griffith University to present an exciting new thought leadership conversation series A

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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

FIFO – Fit In or F**k Off! by Peter J Snee

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and Goolarri Media present the world premiere of FIFO – Fit In or F**k Off! one of the

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Victorian Opera Launches New Online Children’s Book by Peter J Snee

As part of its continued digital evolution in the wake of COVID-19, Victorian Opera has adapted an opera for babies

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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Could this be the key to COVID safe theatre? by Peter J Snee

Whilst theatres around the world scramble for ideas of how they can bring audiences safely back to live events, Sydney

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Introducing DARKFIELD RADIO and their first show DOUBLE by Peter J Snee

Realscape Productions and DARKFIELD announce DOUBLE, the first broadcast on DARKFIELD RADIO, taking their innovative audio experiences to audiences at

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What happens when award winning physical comedians get locked in with a five year old? by Peter J Snee

The Wholesome Hour is a brand new, wild and raucous online sketch comedy show for kids aged 5-10. Produced by

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Monash University students to create digital performances for this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival by Peter J Snee

Monash University’s Centre for Theatre and Performance (CTP) has partnered with the Melbourne Fringe Festival, enabling university students the opportunity

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Monday, July 20, 2020

Carriageworks successfully secures independent future by Peter J Snee

Following the previous devastating announcement that Carriageworks had entered voluntary administration, it is with nothing but joy that we can today

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Critical Stages Touring commissions sixteen new Australian 
stories for stage and screen by Peter J Snee

After a rigorous selection process, sixteen new plays about the places we live are destined for both live performance and

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New Zealand Dance Company presents NIGHT LIGHT without the need for social distancing measures by Peter J Snee

As Australia grapples with the reality of the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on live entertainment, audiences in New Zealand are

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Friday, July 17, 2020

Live theatre returns to Sydney by Peter J Snee

Lambert House Enterprises is thrilled to present a season of Keith Bunin’s hit play The Credeauz Canvas at El Rocco Café and Theatre,

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Thursday, July 16, 2020

Take Over! 2020 artists announced as they push creative boundaries in new at-home residencies by Peter J Snee

Arts Centre Melbourne in partnership with Melbourne Fringe return to present the fourth year of the Take Over! commission with

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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

COME FROM AWAY 2021 Sydney season announced by Peter J Snee

Producers Rodney Rigby and Junkyard Dog Productions are pleased to announce the rescheduled dates for the Sydney season of COME

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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

It’s Christmas in July! QSO release The Nutcracker, but not as we know it! by Peter J Snee

Nothing can stop the music of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) – not COVID19 and certainly not a cold snap

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Lights On: QSO + Tom Thum at the Brisbane Powerhouse by Peter J Snee

Ready for some LIVE music? It’s time to get back in the game! LIVE MUSIC is back and two of

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MTC postpones season of AS YOU LIKE IT by Peter J Snee

Melbourne Theatre Company announced today that its production of As You Like It, due to open this September, will be postponed

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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Theatre for your ears by Peter J Snee

Melbourne Theatre Company will premiere MTC Audio Lab on Friday 17 July, a new series of audio dramas beginning with a

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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Darwin Festival unveils DF20 Homegrown program by Peter J Snee

Darwin Festival returns as Australia’s hottest winter arts festival with DF20 Homegrown (Thursday 6 — Sunday 16 August). A reimagined

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Monday, July 6, 2020

Powerful new stage work to be created in Queensland by Peter J Snee

In much-needed exciting news for the arts, a powerful new Australian stage work is set to be developed as a

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Arts partnership ignites a spark for First Nations playwrights by Peter J Snee

Six young aspiring First Nations playwrights will soon take an important step towards realising their writing dreams thanks to a

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UK Arts venues welcome £1.57bn government support by Peter J Snee

Originally reported by Will Gompertz, Arts Editor for the BBC. The UK government has announced a £1.57bn support package to

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Sunday, July 5, 2020

Are young people the key to the economic recovery of live theatre? by Peter J Snee

Historically, theatres have the reputation of being a place where the elite would gather to be entertained; a place to

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Keeping The Curtain Up: a musical theatre treat supporting the Australian performing arts community by Peter J Snee

As part of Arts Centre Melbourne’s continued commitment to offering audiences digital experiences through the Together With You program, on

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Queensland Theatre is keeping theatre alive by Peter J Snee

Queensland Theatre’s free online event, PLAY CLUB continues with the reading of  After Dinner by Andrew Bovell, with Daniel Evans

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Hansel & Gretel: The delicious school holiday workshop by Peter J Snee

The school holidays are back up and running as Opera Queensland and shake & stir theatre co are set to

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World premiere of Boy Swallows Universe postponed until Brisbane Festival 2021 by Peter J Snee

Queensland Theatre and Brisbane Festival remain committed to developing the brand-new Australian theatre work, Boy Swallows Universe, in association with

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