David Sedaris, the best-selling American author and humourist is returning Down Under to host a series of live shows in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane in January 2018.... Read More | Share it now!
Melbourne is hosting a winter arts festival over ten nights in August, bringing lights and colour to the winter darkness of Stonnington. As the sun sets each night from the 10 – 20 August, the iconic venues and public spaces around the city of Stonnington will illuminate for this year’s Glow Winter Arts Festival.... Read More | Share it now!
It’s worthwhile taking Brisbane Festival Artistic Director David Berthold’s advice on how to attack this year’s just announced stellar line up of art and entertainment, “It’s a feast not a snack, don’t just taste one little tit-bit dive in and sample the whole range, use both hands and take risks!”... Read More | Share it now!
Submissions are now open for the third edition of the 2018 Keir Choreographic Award. Eight finalists will be given the opportunity to present their work at Melbourne’s Dancehouse in March 2018, where four will then be chosen to do a season at Carriegworks in Sydney. The winner will receive a $30,000 reward, with a $10,000 Audience Choice Award also up for grabs.... Read More | Share it now!
Encouraging you to think big, bold and take action, Antidote is the latest festival to join the blossoming list of annual events at the Sydney Opera House. The two day festival, which will be replacing Festival of Dangerous Ideas, celebrates the thinkers and doers who have spearheaded change in a time of uncertainty.... Read More | Share it now!
Unplug your curling wands and get ready for the ride of you lives darlings- we’re going bush! A decade since its dazzling premiere, hit musical Priscilla: Queen of the Desert is returning to Australian stages in January 2018 with even more glitz and glamour then before. Having spent the last ten years frolicking around the world, visiting destinations like London, Tokyo, Sao Paulo and Manila, the critically acclaimed production makes its way back to where it all started.... Read More | Share it now!
The latest artwork to be announced for Sydney’s Barangaroo precinct will be created by German artist Sabine Hornig. The installation- which will include large-scale semitransparent images of local Sydney plants- will be Barangaroo’s largest permanent public art piece to date.... Read More | Share it now!
Australian theatre is so male and white. Main stage subscriber theatre is irrelevant. Theatre is a boutique heritage industry. I have been having these conversations for years and to varying degrees these statements are true. But culture is not static, it grows and evolves and theatre is now transforming itself; driven by the artist that are making it to become relevant, to have central to itself makers of diverse back grounds and to find forms that keep it alive and capture new audiences. A program such as La Boîtes HWY‘s showings, panels, conversations and workshops, is a vital part of this growth.... Read More | Share it now!