Baxter Theatre Centre The Fall

The Fall

The Fall, an account of a student uprising at the University of Capetown (UCT) in 2015, was written and performed by seven students who were involved. I had the feeling that there might be more to this tale than the work...
Stardust Sime Nugent and Linda Bull

Stardust: The Songs of Willie Nelson

Linda Bull, one half of the luminous Bull Sisters, has today announced a new, collaborative show featuring the songs of the Red Headed Stranger – Stardust: The Songs of Willie Nelson – set to play at Arts Cen...
Kathryn Selby piano

Selby and Friends: Tormented Souls

A packed house greeted Selby and Friends for its penultimate concert in the James O. Fairfax Theatre at the National Gallery of Australia. The James O. Fairfax Theatre has been home to the ensemble for some years, and su...
OA Bliss - photo by Branco Gaica

Where is the Great Australian Opera?

Having a national identity is like having an old insurance policy. You know you’ve got one somewhere but you’re not sure where it is. And if you’re honest, you would have to admit you’re pretty vague about what the small...
The Childrens Party - photo by Sarah Walker

The Children’s Party: Think Tank Sessions

Arts and culture collide in The Children’s Party: Think Tank Sessions – a series of workshops for passionate young people by Alex Walker (House of Muchness) and Ben Landau at Arts Centre Melbourne’s The Channel, in...
WASO Cedric Tiberghien - photo by Benjamin Ealovega

Cedric Tiberghien plays Rachmaninov 3

Expect exotic colours from Bartók and Rachmaninov as the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) continues the exceptionally high standard set so far this year with this exhilarating fifth concert in the Masters Series...