Bell Shakespeare’s Artistic Director tells us how he became involved with theatre after studying the flute, and why the musicality of the writing drew him to Shakespeare.
A round-up of our recent news reports.
After being cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID lockdowns, Melbourne’s new winter arts festival has announced its program for June 2022.
A new exhibition explores the history of the performing arts in Australia through posters, letters, costumes and more.
John Wardle from the Live Music Office laments the recent closures of three high-profile venues in NSW, and looks at how we can make nightlife vibrant after COVID.
Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts proposes post-COVID roadmap while reports reveal enormous impact of the pandemic.
The Take Your Seats campaign encourages Australians to get vaccinated to support a safe return to cultural and creative venues and events.
Playing Australia will support performing arts companies touring exciting works nationally from 2022, including to regional and remote areas.
The 20 new appointments assess applications to Create NSW Arts and Cultural Funding Program and advise on strategic directions for the sector.
The Australia Council report, In Real Life: Mapping digital cultural engagement in the first decades of the 21st century, looks at how audiences have adapted to digital performance platforms.
Jessica Cottis and Stuart Skelton will perform at this year's Proms, with Brett Dean composing a musical birthday gift.
Taking place over 22 days, the Festival presents an array of delights both challenging and immersive.
New report finds that domestic visitors rate it Australia’s most creative city, but international visitors put Sydney on top.