TAB Symphony in C From Silence featuring Amanda McGuigan and Christopher Rodgers-Wilson - photo by Daniel Boud

Symphony in C

Bringing together great works from the past century to showcase the vigour of modern ballet, The Australian Ballet presents Symphony in C at Arts Centre Melbourne from 24 August 2017. Following a rapturously received sea...
Arts House Stephanie Lake Pile of Bones Jack Ziesing, Samantha Hines, Marlo Benjamin and Harrison Ritchie-Jones - photo by Bryony Jackson

Pile of Bones

It begins from blackout, the smell of haze, and a foreboding pulsating base. As the show progresses, that beat permeates everything. A primitive heartbeat, a frenetic urban rhythm, a rapid timepiece – Robin Fox’s c...
Blue Love Shaun Parker and Lucia Mastrantone - photo by David James McCarthy

Blue Love

Defying categorisation, but deliciously subversive and irresistibly entertaining, this cleverly devised work began life as a diversion to fill in time during breaks in the filming of Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge. At the t...
Shaun Parker Company Blue Love - photo by Simon Wachter

Blue Love

A quirky, character-based work is a multi-media, physical theatre comedy: accessible, challenging and enormously entertaining, Shaun Parker & Company presents Blue Love at selected venues as part of a National Tour f...
GWAF Discolate If These Walls Could Talk

If These Walls Could Talk…?

An intricate mesh of slapstick theatre, astonishing circus skills and powerful storytelling, Dislocate presents If These Walls Could Talk…? at Chapel Off Chapel from 17 August 2017 as part of the Glow Winter Arts Festiva...
Arts House Melanie Lane Nightdance - photo by Jody Hutchinson

Pile of Bones / Nightdance

This August, Arts House present the premiere of two new works and the return of two of Melbourne’s most loved choreographers, Stephanie Lake – Pile of Bones and Melanie Lane – Nightdance. Arts House Artistic ...
Bangarra SOH Bennelong - photo by Daniel Boud

Bennelong

Most of us think we know something about Bennelong. Probably Australia’s most famous aboriginal, he was befriended by Governor Phillip, who took him to England, then set him up in a hut on Bennelong Point, where the Sydn...