A contemporary adaptation of the classic French novella The Little Prince will take over Sydney’s Capitol Theatre for seven shows only from 23rd – 26th April 2020.
OPEN CALL: Environment & BookArt exhibition (9 X 12). Bartok1 Gallery, Budapest 2020. Deadline: March 1, 2020
Immersive Theatre experience of Love and Betrayl
Please join the Whitlam Institute for the opening of Marriage: Love and law, a touring exhibition of NSW State Archives & Records.
Encounter, a solo exhibition by Adelaide-based artist Jonathan Kim, will be held at Linden New Art’s Projects Space from 23 January – 23 February 2020. This marks the first time Jonathan Kim has presented his work in Melbourne.
Australian-born and internationally successful comedy show, Puppetry Of The Penis returns to Australia in 2020 for The Best Bits Tour.
This play is about what happens when you leave a bunch of guys in a room together. This play is about stubble and kindness and that hot guy you saw on the train and the way that his chest smells. This play is about boys and this play is about hating yourself. This play is about plays about men being the worst thing ever. This play is about falling in love too quickly and too loudly and how a man and his cheekbones can upend your entire life. This play is about men. From the writer of ‘Fraternal’, ‘Boys Have Skin’, and ‘The Helendale Nude Footy Calendar’.
The people so horribly affected by the disastrous bushfires need your support. And you need a great afternoon's entertainment! Boomers' Jukebox play Rock 'n' Roll and Country from the '50s to the 80's, just the way you remember them. Elvis, Beatles, Stones, Creedence, Eagles, Billy Joel - there all in the great mix of songs you love. Every dollar raised (not most, ALL) will be given to the Bendigo Bank Bushfire Appeal. So if you think you can stand three hours of fun and great music - see you there!
Celebrate stories from across Australia and around the world at the 29th Flickerfest International Film Festival. Screening the best short films from around the world from 10-19 January at Bondi Pavilion. Add a beachside cinema trip to your Bondi itinerary now! To see what's screening and to book tickets, visit http://bit.ly/ff2020main Flickerfest is Australia’s only Academy® qualifying & BAFTA Recognised Short Film Festival.
Artist collaborators Isobel Knowles and Van Sowerwine are bringing the profoundly touching 360- degree stop-motion VR film PASSENGER to ArtSpace at Realm from 15 February to 26 April 2020, as part of their new exhibition, Take me with you.
In the Victorian public transport system, fare evading offences are considered especially heinous. In Melbourne, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Authorised Ticket Inspectors. These are their stories. beep beep.
The much-loved annual event returns to showcase local independent musicians.
Merrigong Theatre Company in association with The Disability Trust will present a bittersweet, original and innovative show created and performed by Wollongong’s only professional theatre company, Strangeways Ensemble. The production will premiere at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre on 29th January, before opening at Sydney’s Riverside Theatres on 14th February, 2020.
Continuing Theatre Works 40th Year Program, February 2020 sees the Australian premiere season of much lauded playwright Kim Ho’s new work. #MBGreatAustralianPlay #TheatreWorks
Two of Brisbane's greatest exports of shame, Andrew Dawson and Ting Lim, present to you The Situation – an hour of jokes. Just jokes, nothing else but jokes.
Welcome to the best dance party of your life. Your time starts… now!
Because sometimes you have to unpack your Sh*t to find the Magic! What do Aria awards, Les Girls, Sydney’s Kings Cross, Shirley Bassey, Abe Saffron, Dusty Springfield, anxiety and depression have in common? They all feature in a new one-woman musical monologue, BAGGAGE LIMIT written by artist, singer songwriter and performer Peta Morris, which will be premiering at The Adelaide Fringe Festival in March 2020. @peta_morris_ @adlfringe #adlfringe #baggagelimit2020
Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show.
The work of the young Swiss-British artist William Grob, and the work of the Italian artist Elena Monzo are both distinguished by rough technique and a very peculiar aesthetic. #luisacatuccigallery
“Coming back… is NOT an option!” This acclaimed Hip Hop Theatre is now in Adelaide after winning the Tour Ready Award and Best Production in Let's Be Together Arts Festival 2018.