After the big label success of 2007’s Little Eve, 2008’s Curiouser and 2012’s Nightflight, songbird supreme Kate Miller-Heidke has gone independent with her fourth solo record, O Vertigo!.
The Melbourne Folk Club will launch a weekly concert series in April with some of the Australia’s finest singer-songwriters including Jordie Lane, Grand Salvo, Liz Stringer, Davey Lane, Sweet Jean, Mick Thomas, and adopted Melbournian, New Zealander Marlon Williams.
Already off to a brilliant start with the standing-room only Private Lives and the much-discussed Cock also attracting good houses, Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2014 Season just got brighter with the announcement of more stars who will come out to play this year.
A celebration of local artists, designers and musicians all supported via crowdfunding portal Pozible, is set to take over The Makery in Darlinghurst from March 7 to 13.
In Spanish, the word estar means “to be”, but there’s more to it than that. More specifically, estar refers to where someone is at—physically or mentally—at a specific moment. Simply put, there’s nothing permanent about it, which is a big reason why ‘E s t a r a’ is the perfect title for the second full-length album from Mtendere Mandowa, better known as Los Angeles-based producer Teebs. ‘E s t a r a’ is out on Friday 11th of April on Brainfeeder via Inertia.
Bell Shakespeare’s founder and Co-Artistic Director John Bell opens the 2014 season this month with a new production of The Winter’s Tale, starring Myles Pollard, Helen Thomson and incredible child actor Rory Potter.
Two actors researching a theatre project befriend a seemingly quiet and ordinary man named Adam. In reality, Adam’s unexceptional existence is carefully calibrated – a precarious sideways tightrope-walk over his mental illness. Now, Adam’s new friends are at risk of throwing his life dangerously off balance. And there’s every chance they’ll go down with him.
William Shakespeare’s Macbeth is the original game of thrones – a dark epic of ambition, betrayal and murder set in the wilds of the Scottish highlands. Wending his way back from war, famed general Macbeth is seduced by three witches who prophesise he will be king.
The Hot Dub Time Machine phenomena has well and truly hit Australian shores. On the back of sell-out European tours and momentous feature performances for the Falls Festivals and Sydney/Adelaide/Perth and Hobart Festivals, the World’s First Time Traveling Dance Party is set to hit every corner of the country this Autumn with a much anticipated club tour.
Following wildly successful seasons at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Western Australian State Theatre, Rock Surfers Theatre Company hosts the Sydney Premiere of The Pride at Bondi Pavilion Theatre from 20 March – 5 April.
SBS has just announced the return of the highly-anticipated World Movies Secret Cinema – bigger, bolder and braver than ever before, and in mystery Sydney location that has never been seen or used.
Rafael Bonachela, Jacopo Godani and Gideon Obarzanek: three choreographers that have carved their own, unique paths through the world of contemporary dance, pushing at the possibilities of movement with acclaimed, innovative works. Now, for the first time ever, these dance prodigies share the one canvas.