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A Chat with Festival Director Joseph Mitchell of the OzAsia Festival Sept 17 –...

The OzAsia Festival is one of the most highly regarded celebrations of Asian Theatre and performance anywhere in the world. Each year in Adelaide,...

The Container Festival

Just when it looks like there might be a week without an arts festival in Melbourne, along comes the inaugural Container Festival presented by...

Ten Days on the Island – To Festival Towns and Beyond

From Hobart to Launceston, Queenstown to Swansea, Tasmania’s International Arts Festival, Ten Days on the Island, truly is a unique celebration of creativity and...

Short+Sweet 2012, QLD

Eleven years ago, Short+Sweet began in Sydney. Since then it has gone from strength to strength, spreading around Australia and then internationally (Auckland, Mumbai,...

Artistic Director Kris Stewart’s top picks for Hobart’s Festival of Voices

It has been speculated that Tasmania is one of Australia's most culturally rich states and Kris Stewart – Artistic Director of Hobart's Festival of Voices...

Short+Sweet Sydney 2012 opens this week

Kicking off the new year with 10 tasty theatrical treats is week one of Short+Sweet’s 11th season, beginning tomorrow at King Street Theatre, Newtown.Short+Sweet...

Get your comedy on – Melbourne Comedy Festival registrations are open

Why did the comedian cry and cry and cry? Because he missed the registration period for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.And then to rub...

Whitely’s Incredible Blue: An Hallucination

 "Everyone reaches a point in their life where they must either change or cease." Brett Whitely       "Everyone reaches a point in their...

Assembly – Melbourne Festival

 A collaboration between Gideon Obarzanek, of Chunky Move, and Richard Gill, Musical Director of Victorian Opera, Assembly is a meditation on the enigma of the crowd. Presented...

Death In A Box…One Pussy’s Tale!

The wonderful thing about human beings is we are all flawed and that is what makes us all so uniquely perfect. No one person...
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