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Come Sing With Us at Play It Forward

BY CarolineK | 28-Jan-2021
Come Sing With Us at Play It Forward

With Dr Jonathon Welch AM, our Founding Artistic Director, all the fabulous ‘Play It Forward’ choirs are in full swing rehearsing again from next week. You’re invited to join the fun. All choirs will rehearse face to face and online, following Government COVID safe practices. Please contact us for all the details. We can't wait to welcome YOU soon!

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THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

BY Luisa Catucci Gallery | 28-Jan-2021
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

Due to the COVID-19 situation in Germany, we cannot welcome guests inside the Gallery. So, to bring color and positive energy to our Neighbors and City – stating at the same time that art doesn’t stop – we decided to launch. THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. Using our shop windows to present on a two-week rotation, a selection of videos & art by Per Christian Brown, Boris Eldagsen, Eleonora Roaro, Mathilde Nardone. #luisacatuccigallery #Throughthelookingglass #KunstinBerlin #contemporaryart

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Music in The Sky - A kaleidoscopic music experience

BY Milestone Creative Australia | 27-Jan-2021
Music in The Sky

Music in The Sky will take you on a journey from sunset to dreaming, space and sunrise; exciting all senses with live motion graphics and choreographed digital projection to create an immersive musical evening like nothing you have experienced before. The performance features pianist Luke Howard with The Nano Symphony in a six-piece ensemble. The music will cover classical greats to modern contemporary and neoclassical styles with the performance being enhanced by immersive digital projections and visuals. Whether you're a classical lover or a lover of extraordinary experiences, Music in The Sky pushes the boundaries of a traditional music event. Come and slow down with us, be immersed with music, lights and love.

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Adam Cullen Exhibition

BY Sharon Mitchell | 25-Jan-2021

An exhibition showcasing the works of one of Australia’s most colourful, collectible and controversial artists is showing in Fortitude Valley from February 1st. Adam Cullen remains one of Australia’s most recognisable contemporary artists. Rising to prominence after winning the 2000 Archibald Prize his early passing in 2012 left its mark on the Australian art movement. Controversial from the start, Adam Cullen gained the moniker of an ‘enfant terrible’ after chaining a pig’s head to his ankle during art school and wearing it for weeks as it deteriorated.

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Sue Beyer | Transformer

BY fortyfivedownstairs | 23-Jan-2021
Sue Beyer - Transformer

Using a multidisciplinary approach, Sue Beyer’s visual art practice primarily examines place and space. Her current work is part of an ongoing investigation into the concept of liminal space (transformation and the in-between) through the lens of personal mythologies, postinternet and postdigital concerns, and Instruction Based art.


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I Got Bit By A Monkey Once

BY Encore PR | 22-Jan-2021
I Got Bit By A Monkey Once

Four true stories: a monkey; a bus trip; an arrest; and a mugging.
How would you get out of getting mugged?
Ever been propositioned for a road trip in a bus station bathroom?
What's the wildest animal you have been bitten by? Ever been arrested?
Matt has done a lot of dumb things and he knows you have too…

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Grand Gesture by The People as part of Love Fest

BY La Mama Theatre | 21-Jan-2021
Grand Gesture by The People as part of Love Fest

Are you lonely? Unloved? In a long term relationship with your laptop? Watching too much TV? Do you prefer fantasy? Has that fantasy let you down? Do you miss real people? Do you hate real people? Do you feel subpar and ugly? Us too. Let us fill that void. Come and stare at us silently in the dark while we perform for you. Love us. Please love us. Please please please please love us… Please.

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The Man Who Wrote Shakespeare

BY Billingbear Productions | 20-Jan-2021
The Man Who Wrote Shakespeare

One of the greatest mysteries of modern history is now solved!
But how did The Man Who Wrote Shakespeare keep the secret of his authorship?
And how did he manage to not only survive two years in the Tower of London, but also write Hamlet and other plays in the shadow of the executioner’s axe? The trauma caused a radical shift in his writing, creating our ‘greatest’ writer.

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ONLINE EXHIBITION: THE 1970's

BY Luisa Goldstein | 15-Jan-2021
ONLINE EXHIBITION: THE 1970s

The decade marks a historic turn in art history for photography. No longer was traditional landscape and documentary photography the same. Photography shared the spotlight with painting.

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Covid-19 won’t stop The 60 Four from returning to SA

BY The 60 Four | 13-Jan-2021
Covid-19 wont stop The 60 Four from returning to SA

The 60 Four is back with all of your favourite '60s hits, along with some brand new repertoire. Backed by a spectacular 9-piece band, The 60 Four will have you up and dancing in no time. Over two hours of music from all your favourite artists: The Four Seasons, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, The Beach Boys, The Supremes and Johnny O'Keefe. World-class harmonies. Slick choreography. Smart suits. One of the most entertaining shows this Fringe.

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