Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The Worst Little Warehouse In London by Arts Review

When 12 people live under the same roof in a converted warehouse in North London, what could possibly go wrong? Joe C Brown in association with The MC Showroom presents the Melbourne premie…

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The Hypochondriac by Arts Review

An irreverent and delicious farce where the old world meets the new, Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents The Hypochondriac, Hilary Bell’s adaptation of Molière’s classic satire f…

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On the Couch with Drew Downing by Arts Review

Who is Drew Downing? An eager music maker and music enthusiast who loves to share his passion for the arts. What would you do differently to what you do now? I wish I would have stopped bein…

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Open House Melbourne delves into the Australian Ugliness this July by Arts Review

Open House Melbourne will present it’s biggest July program ever, including major new exhibition The Australian Ugliness – a three-channel video installation by Australian artist Eug…

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival: Rock Venus – The Songs of Linda Ronstadt  by Arts Review

When it comes to tributes to such iconic singers, I’m always sceptical but willing to be open minded. Aussie singer Jane Clifton’s tribute to the ultimate Rock Venus – Linda Ronstadt s…

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Monday, June 18, 2018

18th Annual Helpmann Awards Nominations announced by Arts Review

The countdown to the 18th Annual Helpmann Awards is on following last night’s announcement of the Nominees in the 42 categories of the Helpmann Awards at simultaneous events in Adelaide, …

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What’s HOT at the 2018 Melbourne Cabaret Festival by Arts Review

The ninth annual Melbourne Cabaret Festival bursts onto the stage with some of the most fabulous and seductive cabaret from across Australia at Chapel Off Chapel from Tuesday 19 June 2018. …

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2018 Miles Franklin Literary Award shortlist unveiled by Arts Review

This year’s announcement of the shortlist for the prestigious Miles Franklin Literary Award includes two former winners, Kim Scott and Michelle de Kretser, and four other authors, all …

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival: Carla Lippis – Cast a Dark Shadow by Arts Review

Sultry, sexy and haunting casting that dark shadow my first thought on seeing Carla Lippis is Rock n Raunch. This was my first experience into the Carla Lippis world, and from the moment she…

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Mao’s Last Dancer the Exhibition: A Portrait of Li Cunxin by Arts Review

Exploring the incredible life of the internationally renowned ballet icon, Li Cunxin, Melbourne’s Immigration Museum presents Mao’s Last Dancer the Exhibition: A Portrait of Li …

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Sunday, June 17, 2018

Carousel by Arts Review

This 2018 group of Musical Theatre students from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts present a heartfelt production that at some point in the production will speak and touch ev…

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Nominations Now Open for Melbourne Art Foundation Visual Arts Awards by Arts Review

Melbourne Art Foundation has announced a call for nominations for the refreshed 2018 Visual Arts Awards to be held on 4 August at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA). An anchor eve…

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Butt Kapinski by Arts Review

If you ever read the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ books as a child and loved them, you will appreciate this show. Once seated there’s no turning back as you are front row at eve…

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Lismore Lantern Parade 2018 by Arts Review

Now in its 24th year, the Lismore Lantern Parade is an annual community arts festival held on or around the longest night of the year, the Winter Solstice. Attracting in excess of 30,000 peo…

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Richard Carpenter is Close to You by Arts Review

After seasons at the Edinburgh Fringe and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Matthew Floyd Jones has brought his smash-hit cabaret comedy, Richard Carpenter is Close to You to The Butterfly Clu…

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Friday, June 15, 2018

On the Couch with Eloise Snape by Arts Review

Who is Eloise Snape? Eloise Snape is a cat lady who likes to make theatre. What would you do differently to what you do now? I have a quiet obsession with aviation and I always wanted to be …

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The show to go on as La Mama Theatre rebuilds by Arts Review

The Victorian Government has thrown its support behind La Mama’s recovery efforts with a special funding package, following the fire that devastated the iconic Carlton theatre last month. …

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The Beginning of Nature by Arts Review

Based upon rhythms in nature, Garry Stewart’s astonishing new work, which received its Australian premiere performance in the Canberra Theatre last night (14 June), is an extraordinarily …

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On the Couch with Raquel Ormella  by Arts Review

Who is Raquel Ormella? Raquel Ormella is a Canberra based artist who is the Honours Convenor at the School of Art & Design – ANU, and has a studio at Australian National Capital Ar…

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LEGACY. Your Collection. Our Story by Arts Review

For over 30 years Monash Gallery of Art’s (MGA) benefactors have been instrumental in the development of the only public collection solely dedicated to Australian photography, and it a…

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Saint Joan by Arts Review

Sydney Theatre Company brings to life one of history’s greatest heroines, Joan of Arc, in the fast paced and riveting political drama, Saint Joan at the Roslyn Packer Theatre until 30 J…

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$2.6m to support life changing creative projects in Victoria by Arts Review

Artists and creatives across the state are joining forces with community organisations to help tackle some of the state’s biggest challenges with support from the Victorian Government’s …

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Bonnie Dalton to head up Victorian Music Development Office by Arts Review

The Victorian Music Development Office is taking shape with the appointment of respected music industry manager Bonnie Dalton to the General Manager role. Ms Dalton will oversee the office, …

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Thursday, June 14, 2018

On the Couch with Embla Bishop by Arts Review

Who is Embla Bishop? Well, This was no easy question… I’m 22, An English born, Swedish-Australian actor/singer/dancer… and also the world’s worst driver! What would you do differ…

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NAVA welcomes digital labelling pilot for authentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks by Arts Review

NAVA welcomes the announcement by Minister for Communications and the Arts Mitch Fifield that the Australian Government will support a digital labelling pilot to support clear identification…

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Brothers Wreck by Arts Review

In this powerful new production of her breakout first play, Jada Alberts transports us to her hometown in Darwin with the Melbourne and Adelaide premieres of Brothers Wreck – a gut-wre…

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

2018 Adelaide Fringe increases visitor expenditure in South Australia by 19.3% by Arts Review

The 2018 Adelaide Fringe dazzled, inspired and delighted its way into the hearts of its audiences to generate a staggering 19.3 per cent increase in visitor expenditure to $29.5 million and …

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Le Sacré by Arts Review

In the first collaboration of its kind in Australian performance history, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) and The Australian Ballet School (the ABS) come together this June …

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Sydney to enjoy a trifecta of musical hits by Arts Review

A trifecta of musical theatre productions will premiere in Sydney over the next two years. The Kander and Ebb masterpiece Chicago will open at the Sydney Lyric Theatre in 2019; the worldwide…

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On the Couch with Lala Barlow and Robbi Smith by Arts Review

Who is Lala Barlow and Robbi Smith? Two fairly outgoing young Australians called Lala and Robbie who share a bedroom, an ideology on life and a sense of humor. What would you do differently…

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Lea DeLaria Live in Concert by Arts Review

Lea DeLaria has been singing Jazz longer than her role in Orange is the New Black, but lucky for us the show has brought her to our attention! As soon as the lights went down DeLaria came o…

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