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Reviews/Adelaide
Adelaide-born tenor Daniel Koek made a welcome return home to perform songs from his impressive career and his second studio album, HiGH.
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Reviews/Adelaide
For fans of the great Burt Bacharach and the legendary Elvis Costello, what could be better than having had the opportunity to experience these two together in concert?
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Reviews/Sydney
lore: dance stories of land and sea, tells two stories through contemporary dance with the Company’s hallmark verve that has been acclaimed both locally and internationally.
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Reviews/Sydney
Dull animal endurance is given eloquence and a robust mocking humour in Bertolt Brecht's classic play, Mother Courage and Her Children.
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Reviews/Sydney
Fault Lines is subtle, elegant, and thoroughly exquisite to behold.
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Reviews/Adelaide
Australian musical theatre darling Christie Whelan Browne and her regular collaborator/director Dean Bryant have bravely seized the 'no rule' scenario with their new creation, Pure Blonde.
Friday, 12 June 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Bree Langridge is an exceedingly charming performer. Her sense of fun is evident from the very start and, as she enters through the audience, resplendent in a dazzling red sequinned dress, she has an immediate rapport with the audience.
Friday, 12 June 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
For about twelve years late night Australian radio host, Richard Mercer, hosted a program, Love Song Dedications. He called himself “The Love God” and he played the love song requests of his mostly sad and lovelorn late night listeners.
Friday, 12 June 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
“A place and a say, that's all we ever wanted,” states Aunt Mavis in Kylie Coolwell's sprawling inner city opus, Battle of Waterloo.
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
B-GIRL is marketed as a rock-opera-odyssey but I think that's a stretch. It's really about the man: iOTA.
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 | Read more

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