It’s not all serious symphonies or ponder-ment over big issues at this year’s Melbourne Festival. Those interested in seeing that has a big bold bunch of fun can do no worse that The Ladies of Our Soccur. ... Read More | Share it now!
November will see the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) host the long-awaited homecoming exhibition of Perth artist Pip & Pop; and if early images are anything to go by When Happiness Ruled promises to be a wonderfully captivating, colour saturated, trippy experience.... Read More | Share it now!
The Days Are as Grass is a delightful series of short plays that sheds light on the lives and experiences of the older members of our community. Performed by a stellar cast, this production is sure to have you thinking deeply about your own life and making the most of the time that you have.... Read More | Share it now!
A Streetcar Named Desire is to Tennessee Williams like Hamlet is to Shakespeare. It’s a kneejerk reaction of thought that comes to your mind when you think of the particular playwright. La Boite is known for taking the classics and bridging them to the present. Their production of Williams other famous work, The Glass Menagerie, was likewise a success. But just how exactly should you expect to see Desire’s success manifest itself?... Read More | Share it now!
The pope is assassinated, death by drone. A Chinese Uyghur terrorist group claims responsibility. Dr Tori Swyft, Australian corporate dealmaker and ex-spy uncovers a Chinese technology company stashing billions into secret accounts. The money trail leads Tori to China’s North Korean border and an explosive conspiracy aiming to wipe out the Western world. With the clock ticking, Tori Swyft confronts the ultimate decision, save her own life or sacrifice it for millions of others.... Read More | Share it now!
It’s the world’s first large-scale silent opera – staged by a cast of more than 100 performers on the grand staircase of the Sydney Opera House to a nightly audience of 3,000. The entire audience will be sitting on the forecourt under the stars wearing state of the art Audio Technica headphones, cocooned in a world of pure sound with the magnificent Opera House and Harbour Bridge as the backdrop. And it’s been masterminded by award-winning sound engineer Tony David Cray (who is also responsible for the magnificent soundscapes of Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour).... Read More | Share it now!
Melbourne Festival is getting to the stage where so many good things are happening and not much time is left. If you are in the Melbourne CBD though, you’ll be able to catch an amazing “thing” called The Money at unfamiliar artistic (if you want to call it that) surrounds of the Legislative Assembly in the Victorian Parliament. ... Read More | Share it now!