Now in its third year, Sidesault at the Melba is a festival celebrating innovative and experimental circus work. From November 7-17, The Melba Spiegeltent and Circus Oz will present six new shows from a range of emerging artists and companies including feminist ensemble GUSH and Indigenous ensemble Na Djinang. Experience a space transformed with stunning new visual artworks interplaying with spectacular physical feats; encounter stories of lost cultural identity through to a plain old-fashioned quest for revenge.
DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 15th NOV.
Melbourne Girlgroup power-force The Rebelles hit the airwaves with what’s sure to become the catchiest tune this summer, Down By The Rollercoaster. Dropping on October 20 with a sassy new vid-clip to match, DBTR takes a playground chant and kicks it all the way to rock’n’roll heaven. In celebration of their new tune and the return of balmy days and nights, The Rebelles are taking to the road with their sizzling backing band and sensational support acts for a series of killer shows in Melbourne and Geelong.
WA-based Gemma Farrell Quintet (GFQ) will embark on their first East Coast tour in November 2019. GFQ will perform at the Perth International Jazz Festival before heading east for shows at the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival, the Brisbane Jazz Music Institute, and Melbourne’s Jazzlab.
In commemoration of the Singapore Bicentennial, Chong Kai Yan and Pang Xue Qiang put a twist on Singapore’s history by retelling it through love stories. (Published in 2018. Written by: Loh Yun Jin, Edited by: Dewey Sim, Photo by: Loh Yun Jin)
Make-up is often associated with women, but Nigel Phua challenges that stereotype and uses it as a platform where he can freely express himself by taking on different guises. (Published in 2018. Edited by: Dewey Sim, Photos by: Beverly Chew)
WKWSCI freshmen Edson Charntor, Clement Ng and Kristian Pineda (all CS ’22) each approach music differently to achieve their own sounds. A singer, a busker and a rapper — these three first-year students from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information have different styles of music. As independent musicians, they had to pave the way to success on their own, encountering numerous difficulties along the way. Charntor had friends who doubted if he would make it, Ng had to actively seek performing venues and opportunities and Pineda encountered failed record deals at the start of his career. Today, these three musicians have one thing in common: Their personal journeys to find their own voice have hit the right note.
Join us as we dissect the notion of ageism with acclaimed TED speaker, author and activist Ashton Applewhite, in her only public Melbourne event.
The iconic Linden Postcard Show is back for 2019-2020. The 29th annual Linden Postcard Show will be running from Friday 23 November 2019 until Saturday 9 February 2020. #LindenNewArt #LindenPostcardShow
DreamSong, dubbed the “Australian Book of Mormon” is coming to The Alex Theatre - St Kilda this November! EbbFlow Theatre Co promise all who come to the Church of DreamSong will be touched! By God!
MPavilion comprises over 400 free events including talks, workshops, performances, kid-friendly experiences, community projects and installations, with an opening week of celebrations.
Play It Forward is thrilled and honoured to have been chosen to help deliver the exciting new community choir program on board Australia’s prestigious BRAVO Cruise of Performing Arts for their 2020 season. BRAVO Cruise of Performing Arts has also chosen Play It Forward as their nominated arts charity, giving their passengers the opportunity to support Jonathon Welch’s extraordinary vision and work delivering inclusive arts programs for all Australians.
The latest Countess Report, Australia’s premier reference point on gender representation in the contemporary visual arts, has been released today.
The British company, Derek Productions, will pay compensation for using an unauthorised copy of a painting by the Aboriginal artist Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri in the first series of After Life on Netflix earlier this year.
A new creative directory for the Northern Rivers has launched attracting local and global audiences. The platform increases exposure and opportunities for the region’s thriving and diverse creatives including; creative services, visual arts, design, indigenous arts, literature, music, performance and screen.
Sharp Short Dance celebrates the sheer joy of dance in all its forms and is back for its 12th year.
A celebration of what it means to be fiercely human, created by Yaron Lifschitz and the Circa Ensemble
Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery is going flat out for art with a morning of steamroller printmaking theatre!
Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Seinfeld with Jason Alexander Live!
Strap in and blast off to a brand new circus show that’s out of this world. From the producers of The Illusionists, Le Noir and Circus 1903 comes this summer’s smash hit spectacular, Cirque Stratosphere, which will turn Hamer Hall into a space age utopia for 8 days only from 3 January.