Are you ready to spice up your Saturday night? Join us at one of Coburg's iconic venues for a night of seduction and glamour. Set in our luxurious dining room, together we can revive the good ol' fashioned late-night cabaret dinner and show.
Do you feel like a giant mess? Like you’ve not quite got it together? If you’re about catchy pop bangers (especially the 90’s, Backstreet boys, Spice girls, Vengaboys) , have ever had a terrible boyfriend/girlfriend, had a bit of an issue with alcohol, an obsession with drag queens or have ever been body shamed … Then this show is for you!!
"They try to flay you with statistics, whip you with numbers, hide behind the tyranny of mathematics. But I say, nothing's hidden. Open your eyes." - Galileo
What draws artists to draw or paint? What inspires them? Introducing the Wednesday Morning Artist Group, who have been meeting for more than 16 years at the Redcliffe Art Society. A few members have joined the group more recently. Thirteen members of the group have combined together to showcase their works in a vibrant winter exhibition aptly called ‘Inspirations’.
Terraform: to shape the earth.
Amanda Johnson’s paintings question the fate of public gardens and national parks in a context of global warming and the effects of climate change.
3 July 2019: As part of Lendlease's national partnership with the Major Performing Arts company Bangarra Dance Theatre, Lendlease-managed shopping centres are promoting the company's latest production, Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand, on its digital screens in urban and regional locations across Australia.
Six generations, twenty-three characters and one very special piece of furniture
Australian Design Centre is presenting Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival in the lead up to Sydney Craft Week.
Speculating on the Future of Work
Die Fledermaus features glorious music, wonderful singing and a witty libretto. Darebin Arts Centre, 26-28 July. Not to be missed!
This exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, and our enduring fascination with what lies beyond our atmosphere. Comprised of nearly 200 photographs created over a period of 130 years, the exhibition includes nineteenth-century observations of the Earth’s surface, photographs taken by astronauts on the surface of the Moon, as well as contemporary photographs that reinterpret previously made images of outer space, or offer new perspectives on space exploration.
Today NAVA announces the eight Arts Day on the Hill participants who will gather in Canberra during the Parliament’s winter sitting to set the contemporary arts agenda.
Helpmann Award winner Kate Champion’s electric new version of A View from the Bridge will come to the Dunstan Playhouse in July, the first Arthur Miller piece State Theatre Company has brought to the stage in almost 10 years.
TAFE NSW Design Centre Enmore Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design students are celebrating their win at the prestigious Design and Art Direction (D&AD) Awards.
Freshly squeezed independent record label Tremorverse Records is thrilled to reveal the first taste of a new upcoming compilation album, with the latest Birdsnake collaborative track ‘Stationary’ (feat. POOKIE, FL-Smiley, N’fa Jones).
Reeling off the success of ‘Hands Tied’ genre-bending Brisbane artist Dana Gehrman is thrilled to finally reveal the entirety of her debut album Find A Way due for release on Wednesday 24 July.
In 2009, when it couldn’t get any bigger or louder, Augie March pared back and skirted the east coast with their ‘On The Quiet’ tour. A loose and informal approach to their acclaimed repertoire, this largely acoustic show was a huge hit with Augie fans, purist and tourist alike. Fast forward to 2019, Augie March are thrilled to be bringing ‘On The Quiet’ back to life and into some of their favourite venues IN AND AROUND Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, AND Brisbane.
Join Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex as we celebrate the solo exhibition Opening "Periscope Kaleidoscope" by Licensing Artist & Author Sami Sparrow. WHEN:
Wednesday 10 July, 6.00pm till 8.00pm. WHERE: The Alley |đường hẻm, 212 Enmore Road, ENMORE NSW 2042
Talented Australian-Iranian musician Gelareh Pour is launching Garden Quartet, her band's self-titled debut album, with a national tour beginning in July.