Inspired by the internet-breaking news of the Spice Girls reunion, TriAngel is a rollicking improvised musical documentary about an all-female pop trio's tumultuous rise to fame.
An immersion into the Upper Blue Mountains and a celebration of the natural landscape. As the city reseeds and the air embraces the coolness of altitude the sunset becomes particularly beautiful.
After the success of our community-sourced small works show last year, fortyfivedownstairs is getting ready to host SMALL! again in November 2019. #SMALL45
Critical Stages Touring, Australia’s national touring theatre company, has been honoured with the prestigious Touring Legend Award at the 2019 PACA (Performing Arts Connections Australia) Drover Awards, recognising 16 years of supporting artists, presenters and outstanding independent theatre and performance in over 140 regional communities across the country.
In September, we bring you Animal Kingdom. Australian Revelations is a celebration of Australian cinema. Hosted by Breaking Banter at the fabulous The Backlot Perth with drinks from Otherside Brewing and West Cape Howe Wines, cheese and international delights from Perth Gourmet Trader.
Spontaneity covers the basics of improvisation (improv). You’ll work on unleashing your creativity and unlocking your spontaneity through impro games and exercises based on play, collaboration and support. This course is designed to encourage fearlessness, to help you break out of your comfort zone and have fun! Spontaneity is the first course of the Impro Melbourne workshop program and requires no prior improvisation or performance experience.
Introducing FLOW Festival 2019, a unique one-day festival celebrating the communal exchange of aural and kinetic energy featuring Digable Planets (US), Sho Madjozi (South Africa), KAIIT + more! + Digable Planets side shows! Life FLOWs. The elements that surround us, the energy that is within. Flow gives, flow takes and flow gives again. Give -->Take --> Give-->.
Learn how to make natural cloth dyes using traditional Korean methods and plants such as tea, saffron and gardenia.
Jogakbo retains the essence of traditional Korean textile art and refers to a handsewn patchwork technique.
Lisa Sewards returns to Sydney Contemporary this Spring. Her recurrent motif of the parachute object continues throughout her works on paper and this year the wartime messenger pigeons feature. It is a subject matter explored for many years. @lisasewards
Sullivan+Strumpf now representing London-based Australian artist, Ry David Bradley.
Fresh from a sell-out season at London’s Underbelly Festival, the ever-fabulous and multi award-winning cabaret ensemble YUMMY are back to take you on the most delicious and unpredictable ride of your life – with their brand-new show YUMMY DELUXE. Making their Melbourne debut at Melbourne Fringe, YUMMY DELUXE takes the troupe’s acclaimed first show YUMMY to a whole new level. The feature-length spectacle will feature highly choreographed dance numbers as well as funny, surreal and touchingly raw performances from a who’s-who of widely acclaimed drag artists. It’s a high energy show that celebrates the feminine in all its manifestations, and all its genders.
Entries open this month for one of Australia’s most highly anticipated awards for early career artists, the $10,000 John Fries Award.
Belvoir is thrilled to present the eagerly anticipated Sydney premiere of Fangirls, a hilarious new Australian musical comedy about first love, fan culture and the danger of underestimating teenage girls. The production will show at Belvoir St Theatre from 12th October to 10th November immediately following its world premiere at Queensland Theatre in September. @BelvoirSt #BelvoirSt
A brand new Australian production of the much-loved and revolutionary rock musical, HAIR will come alive at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre from 25th to 29th September.
From touching and personal tales, to saucy animations and exquisite examinations into the world around us, the 14th annual Sydney Latin American Film Festival (SLAFF) is back this September (4—11). Returning to the Dendy Opera Quays and Addison Road Picture House, with a special screening also taking place at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre on 21 September. The Festival will screen a specially curated program of 23 feature films and shorts, showcasing the very best in contemporary Latin American cinema.
If you're a budding filmmaker or team of creatives, you've simply got nothing to lose! #covfilmproject #revfilmfest #shortfilm #documentary #filmfestival
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Sydney Fringe Festival returns in 2019 with its most ambitious program to date. Presented from 1 until 30 September, Sydney Fringe will include a takeover of The Rocks, City Tattersalls and surrounds, bringing life back to the CBD and stretching into the inner west and greater Sydney across 21 postcodes.
Australia’s only literary festival dedicated to showcasing First Nations writers and stories, returns to Melbourne from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 September 2019. Over 60 First Nations writers and storytellers including Evelyn Araluen, Tony Birch, Claire G. Coleman, Vicki Couzens, Ali Cobby Eckermann, Uncle Jim Everett, Richard Frankland, Nayuka Gorrie, Yvette Holt, Selina Tusitala Marsh (NZ Poet Laureate), Marie Munkara, Ellen van Neerven, Drew Hayden Taylor (Canada), Lidia Thorpe, Shelley Ware and Stan Yarramunua
Tune your air guitar and raise your rock salute, Adelaide! Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash-hit rock musical, School of Rock is coming to Adelaide Festival Centre.