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The Womens Club: Evening Soirée with Hanna Kwan Quartet

The Womens Club Level 4, 179 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW
Jazz quartet from the Sydney Con, led by talented vocalist Hanna Kwan. Hanna is emerging jazz singer drawing inspiration from iconic jazz figures past and present. This includes icons such as Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday and Diana Krall. Supported by fellow musicians Hinano Fujisaki (saxophone), Jordan Chung (piano)…

Sydney Conservatorium of Music: Evening Soirée with Hanna Kwan Quartet

The Womens Club Level 4, 179 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW
Jazz quartet from the Sydney Con, led by talented vocalist Hanna Kwan. Hanna is emerging jazz singer drawing inspiration from iconic jazz figures past and present. This includes icons such as Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday and Diana Krall. Supported by fellow musicians Hinano Fujisaki (saxophone), Jordan Chung (piano)…
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Broad Encounters: Love Lust Lost

Valley Dockyards 95 Robertson Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD
Descend to an enchanting new world, where madness roils, dreams unfurl and aching secrets bloom through the dark. An immersive, multi-sensory and intimate adventure where the timeless tales of Jules Verne, Hans Christian Anderson and Joseph Conrad collide across far-flung realms. The phantasmagoria that is Love Lust Lost will flood…

Brisbane Music Festival: Subito

Opera Queensland Studio South Bank, QLD
Brisbane Music Festival presents... (Mainstage Series) Having performed with many of the major orchestras throughout Europe, British violinist Victoria Sayles joins BMF for her only 2022 Australian recital appearance. Victoria Sayles | Violin Alex Raineri | Piano Mozart | Sonata #21 in E minor, K. 304 Lutoslawski | Subito Takemitsu…
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Book of Dreams Theatre Company: Birthday Book of Stormss

La Mama Courthouse Theatre 249 Drummond Street, Carlton, VIC
Set in a mysterious library where poems and writers come to life, as a day librarian and night librarian reveal secrets to a girl about the hidden history of Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes and Assia Wevill. ‘Birthday Book of Storms’ is an imagined retelling of events in the life of…
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State Theatre Company South Australia: Chalkface

Adelaide Festival Centre Adelaide, SA
In her new play, Angela Betzien turns a darkly comic gaze on the education system. Pat Novitsky is the longest-serving teacher at West Vale Primary. Brilliant but jaded, she is none too impressed when Anna Park, a young, enthusiastic teacher known as “the child whisperer”, arrives at the school. Pat thinks…
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Malthouse Theatre: Anna K

Malthouse Theatre 113 Sturt St, Southbank, Melbourne, VIC
Suzie Miller’s play Prima Facie has been a big hit here and in London’s West End, where Jodie Comer took on the role of defence barrister Tessa, whose life is upended. Comer will perform Prima Facie on Broadway in 2023. Now, Malthouse Theatre premieres Miller’s new play. Anna Kay is a top-rating television journalist,…

Australian Digital Concert Hall: Latitude 37 – Phantasticus

Athenaeum Theatre 188 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC
Hybrid Hybrid Event
Latitude 37 explores the richness of the 17th century imagination in a programme brimming with fantasy and fireworks. Characterised by the use of short, dramatically contrasting episodes, a free form and new heights of instrumental virtuosity, the stylus phantasticus gives free reign to passionate style of improvisation and rhetorical composition,…
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Freemantle Theatre Company: Last Train to Freo

Victoria Hall 179 High St, Fremantle, WA
Last Train to Freo is set in the claustrophobic atmosphere of a Perth train compartment, where two rough and wayward misfits take advantage of a guards' strike to terrorise the occupants. Cribb was inspired to write the play after he witnessed two thugs harassing an attractive woman on a Midland to…
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State Theatre Company South Australia: Kill Climate Deniers

Slingsby's Hall of Possibility REAR HALL, 96 Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside, SA
Part action-movie spoof, part political satire, part rave party wrapped up in a piece of documentary theatre, Kill Climate Deniers follows a group of environmental activists as they take Parliament House hostage, demanding the government stop all fossil fuel industries, effective immediately. For floundering Environment Minister Gwen Malkin, will this be her…
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Griffin Theatre Company: Whitefella Yella Tree

Griffin Theatre Company 13 Craigend St, Darlinghurst, NSW
Once in a blue moon, in the middle of nowhere, two teenage boys meet under a lemon tree. After a rough start, a fragile friendship fruits into a heady romance. Ty and Neddy fall madly in love, as teenagers are wont to do. If history would just unfurl a little…
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Malthouse Theatre: Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner

Malthouse Theatre 113 Sturt St, Southbank, Melbourne, VIC
Forbes Magazine claims Kylie Jenner’s a 'self-made billionaire' and Cleo isn’t having a bar of it. She’s got a lot to say and on the internet, actions don’t always speak louder than words… 'Look it’s two tweets that helped me vent my frustrations. It’s really not that deep…' As URL beef…