With another year of travelling under their belts, Circus Oz are back with a tighter, road-hardened show
New work from Australia’s leading contemporary playwright Joanna Murray-Smith will be staged across the country this year, as the novelist and playwright prepares for a year bricked with wall-to-wall productions.
‘Lieder’ reveal a deeper language
The MSO’s new General Manager
Five of Melbourne’s top independent companies will stage a range of original works as part of Melbourne Theatre Company’s inaugural NEON Festival from now until July 21.
Following acclaimed seasons in Adelaide, Auckland and Sydney, the “funniest show on the planet” (One Man, Two Guvnors) comes to Melbourne for a six-week run.
When in pursuit of an extraordinary dream, some people disregard any possible consequences.
Pianist David Helfgott, the inspiration behind the film 'Shine' which starred Geoffrey Rush, has announced a three month tour of Australia.
On May 11, the Arts House at North Melbourne Town Hall and the Meat Market will open its doors to members of the general public keen to get the first…
Fiona Evans’ award-winning play ‘Scarborough’ promises to challenge perceptions of right and wrong as it examines the tenuous relationship between a 29-year-old teacher and a 15-year-old pupil.
Cult American power pop band Big Star are the subject of the documentary Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me which will screen at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image…
The final line-up of artists to take part in the sixth annual Heart of St Kilda Concert, which will take place at The Palais Theatre on Tuesday, May 14 as…