Friday, December 6, 2019

Australian music festivals guide by Arts Review

With year-round sunshine, a fun-loving lifestyle as well as stunning beaches and cities, you won’t be surprised to hear that there’s no shortage of incredible music festivals in Australi…

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Thursday, December 5, 2019

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: The Journey by Arts Review

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is one of the most celebrated stage productions of the past decade. Opening in London’s West End in 2016, on Broadway in 2018, in Melbourne earlier this y…

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Harbour walk to honour Eora Country by Arts Review

A new City of Sydney harbour walk will share and celebrate new and old stories of the First Peoples of Australia with public art, exhibitions and events at cultural institutions and signific…

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On the Couch with Chloé Zuel by Arts Review

Who is Chloé Zuel? I am Chloé Cherie Zuel and I grew up in the suburbs of Sydney. I did a full time performing arts course at ED5 International, and following that, spent 2 years working a…

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Charlie Bucket finds his Golden Ticket in Brisbane by Arts Review

The Producers of the Helpmann Award nominated spectacular, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, have announced the four boys who will play the role of Charlie Bucket in the Brisbane season of …

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A Rising Trajectory – MARS Gallery turns 15 by Arts Review

Running from 12 – 20 December, MARS (Melbourne Art Rooms) Gallery will be celebrating 15 busy years with a group exhibition featuring more than 30 artists of importance to director Andy Di…

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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Theatre Works Summer Carnival by Arts Review

Theatre Works (TW) will transform into a full-blown party hub on Saturday 7 December for a Summer Carnival in the heart of St Kilda. The carnival will celebrate the launch of TW’s 2020 pro…

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Pop sensation Kesha joins Mardi Gras Party line-up by Arts Review

The party don’t start till she walks in! Glitter goddess and self-proclaimed dance commander Kesha has officially been announced as a performer at the Mardi Gras Party on Saturday 29 Febru…

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State Library Victoria begins a new chapter by Arts Review

Forty per cent more space has been opened to the public as part of the spectacular Vision 2020 transformation of the State Library Victoria (SLV). Minister for Creative Industries Martin Fol…

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Live performance continues to drive cultural economy – but growth rate slowing by Arts Review

The live performance industry continued to drive Australia’s cultural economy in 2018 with more than 26 million attendances generating almost $2.2 billion in ticket revenue. Revenue increa…

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On the Couch with Andy Dinan by Arts Review

Who is Andy Dinan? MARS Gallery founder, Art Centre Melbourne Foundation Board member, Ovation Fundraiser Chair, mother, daughter, sister, friend, mentor, people mover, feminist, champagne d…

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Collector/Collected by Arts Review

A maximalist exhibition exploring the art of collecting, Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) presents Collector/Collected from 7 December 2019. An exhibition in three parts, Collector/Collected show…

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Punk Rock by Arts Review

Following the success of Tusk Tusk at St Martins Theatre earlier this year, Patalog Theatre Co takes on Simon Stephens’ Punk Rock in a new production at Melbourne’s fortyfivedownstairs t…

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Amazing Grace New York New York by Arts Review

Following the successful premiere of the first calisthenics theatre show Amazing Grace in 2018, Manilla Street Productions is bringing a new show to the National Theatre, St Kilda from 31 Ja…

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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Come From Away: Welcome to the Rock by Arts Review

Come From Away: Welcome to the Rock – a fully illustrated companion volume to the hit Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, featuring the book and lyrics for the first time in print, backst…

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Abbotsford Convent announces 2020 Artists-In-Residence by Arts Review

Abbotsford Convent has announced that its two artists-in-residence for 2020 will be Hayley Tanzer and Jacob Boehme. Now in its third year, the Abbotsford Convent Studio Residency Program fo…

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On the Couch with Belinda Gibson by Arts Review

Who is Belinda Gibson? A ‘lifer’ in the performing arts. An ex – Stage /Tour/Production/ Operations/ Major Events / Artistic Manager and now Director at Glen Street Theatre. Also, a do…

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Winners of 29th annual Linden Postcard Show announced by Arts Review

Linden New Art has announced the winners of the 29th annual small works exhibition, Linden Postcard Show 2019-20, which attracted a record-breaking 1,250 entries from living artists across t…

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Flying Fruit Fly Circus celebrates 40 years with Borderville Circus Festival by Arts Review

To celebrate 40 spectacular years of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, the Borderville Circus Festival hits Albury for a week of performances and workshops from 4 – 7 December all focussed arou…

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Monday, December 2, 2019

Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live to open in Melbourne in 2020 by Arts Review

It all started in Las Vegas, took London by storm and is about to change everything in Berlin. Now, Australia… it’s our turn. Welcome to the world of Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live.…

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On the Couch with Travis Khan by Arts Review

Who is Travis Khan? Travis Khan is originally from New Zealand but has lived in Australia since 2004. Travis has developed an extensive list of credits in musical theatre, fashion, corporate…

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Mrs Lowry & Son by Arts Review

Mrs Lowry & Son depicts the relationship between L.S. Lowry, one of Britain’s most iconic artists, and his mother Elizabeth, with whom he lived until her death. Directed by Adrain Nobl…

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2020 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards shortlist announced by Arts Review

The shortlist for the 2020 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, has been announced featuring 23 titles comprising some of 2019’s best fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry, writing for yo…

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Circus Oz to explore new artistic directions by Arts Review

Australia’s national circus company, Circus Oz has announced exciting new artistic plans that will reposition the company within the new National Performing Arts Partnerships Framework ann…

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Sick by Arts Review

I lived in Prahran for two years, and even after I moved, it was still some time before I found out that tucked away off Chapel Street was this remarkable school and creative foundry. Sick i…

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Smithsonian architect and Aboriginal artist design new Sydney plaza by Arts Review

Internationally renowned architect Sir David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates and award-winning Sydney-based contemporary Aboriginal artist Daniel Boyd have been chosen to design a new public squ…

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Sunday, December 1, 2019

Where’s My Money? by Arts Review

John Patrick Shanley’s writing has certain hallmarks. Born in The Bronx, a number of his works, say the screenplay for Moonstruck (1988), and Doubt: A Parable (2005 Pulitzer Prize for Dram…

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Saturday, November 30, 2019

On the Couch with Brenton Spiteri by Arts Review

Who is Brenton Spiteri? Let’s say – Australian tenor living in London, interests include food, music, horror films, languages, the beach, and trying not to stare at my phone too much. Wh…

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Friday, November 29, 2019

Brisbane Sings Messiah by Arts Review

Brisbane residents and visitors will have the wonderful, unforgettable opportunity to experience a live performance of Handel’s magnificent Messiah on Sunday 1 December 2019 at Brisbane Ci…

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Bombshell Burlesque: Sweet Dreams by Arts Review

Presented by Bombshell Burlesque at Brisbane Powerhouse Theatre, Sweet Dreams was a saucy little, indeed, naughty little show which delighted its audience. Raunchy routines and varied states…

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The Missing by Arts Review

Highlighting two unsung humanitarian efforts of WW1 – the Australian Red Cross Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau and the post-war Australian Graves Workers, The Missing is a new short doc…

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