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Presented as two full-length plays, which audiences can see on consecutive nights or back to back on the same day, this is an epic, occasionally frustrating sequel to JK Rowling’s remarkable act of literary imagination.
Decay, rebirth or both? Alita has a healthy audience, a certain youthful innocence and the contradictory energy of James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez.
The opening concert of Camerata's 2019 season offered an eclectic and interesting choice of repertoire.
David Hare's latest is flat and disappointing.
A disappointing commission and two flavourless readings of colourful and dynamic works opens the SSO’s 2019 Masters Series.
It is a rare treat to see one of Europe’s most highly regarded ensembles performing in the intimate setting of Adelaide’s historic Elder Hall.
A live-music experience that puts you front and centre of making, listening, sharing and reminiscing about music that moves.
True to the adage that opposites attract, the vast stylistic differences of these two artists make for an uncanny yet cohesive conversation.
A troubling piece of theatre that struggles to deliver.
The Last Great Hunt unite their diverse skills and passions in a larger than life celebration of arthouse cinema, filmed and performed live in the theatre.
A haunting encounter with our collective humanity, staged among the tombs and gravestones of East Perth Cemetery.
Mozart and Mahler – a delightful sound palate of heavenly music.
Beside Myself is fiction at its highest purpose – a debut novel that comes straight from the gates like a raging bull.
The ramshackle rooms of a former home for elderly and destitute men become the site of a new dance work by STRUT in collaboration with Punchdrunk's Maxine Doyle and collaborators.
Seventy years after its first Broadway opening, Arthur Miller’s timeless tragedy returns to Brisbane in a respectful production.
South Australia’s top graduating visual artists are on show at the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition.
Another production where almost everything that could go wrong does. From the team that brought us The Play That Goes Wrong comes the next exciting installment – Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
Small, quiet moment of poetry shine in this world of darkness, tragedy and many, many feathers.
Our Town is a Pulitzer Prize winning play that has stood the test of time. 'You have to live life to love life and love life to have life,' Thornton Wilder (1938).
Swooningly romantic in a way few films dare to be these days, this one soars high and dives deep.
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