Water Exhibition is now open at GOMA
‘Water’ opens this summer at GOMA, exploring the vital element which sustains all life on Earth. From major immersive experiences to smaller-scale treasures by Australian and international artists, the exhibition will highlight this precious resource and spark conversations about the environmental and social challenges we face today.
Dive deeper with guided tours of the exhibition at 11.00am every day from 9 December, and at the Water Sundays events with tours ...
Expressions Dance Company becomes Australian Dance Collective
With collaboration and artistic excellence at its heart, Australian Dance Collective Chair, Marian Gibney, said the name change was part of the evolution of the company, aligning its history and vision.
“The board is incredibly proud of what the company has achieved under the guiding vision of original artistic director, Maggi Sietsma, and, in the recent decade, Natalie Weir. We have been leaders in investing in dance education and development, and renowned for our commitment to ...
Tool will be returning to Australia February 2020
‘Fear Inoculum is a transcendent return’ – SPIN
‘Maynard is a joy to watch. The light, laser and video show is something else … At times spectacular, the visuals are the perfect accompaniment… Could other bands be this adventurous in 2019 and succeed to this extent?’ – LA Weekly
‘The visuals were provocative, with laser lights and an LED screen featuring a variety of videos – fetuses, aliens, skeletons, emaciated figures, insects, water, and fire – in line with ...
Rolling Thunder Vietnam back by popular demand in 2020
The powerful production, comprising brilliant songs, stunning video footage and an emotive story, has become one of the most talked about musical and theatrical events since its world premiere in 2014. It is a vibrant and stirring show with humanity and heart. The Director of the Australian War Memorial, Dr Brendan Nelson, is Patron of the Rolling Thunder Vietnam tour in 2020.
“The show brings to life stories of courage, endurance, sacrifice and love in the context of the Vietnam ...
Gladys Knight, the Empress of Soul returns to Austalia in February
The soul star along with her nine-piece band will begin in Perth on Tuesday 4 February at the Crown Theatre, followed by performances in Sydney at the Star Event Centre on Thursday 6 February, Melbourne’s Hamer Hall on Saturday 8 February and at the QPAC Concert Hall in Brisbane on Tuesday 11 February. She will then venture across the pond to perform at the Civic Theatre in Auckland on Thursday 13 February and Christchurch’s Town Hall on Saturday 15 February. These will be Ms Knight’s ...
X Ambassadors 2020 Debut Australian Tour
Coming nearly five years after the success of their much-loved debut album VHS, this latest LP demonstrates a band at the peak of their powers – something that audiences on this side of the world will behold for the first time as the band play their debut Antipodean shows in February 2020.
Formed by brothers Sam and Casey Harris in 2009, X Ambassadors have proved a durable and exciting force in American music over the last decade.
They’ve seen three of their tunes hit the US top ...
Roald Dahl’s classic Fantastic Mr Fox returns to QPAC these summer school holidays!
Following a smash-hit, sold out season in 2019, Dahl’s much-loved Fox leaps off the page (and all around the stage) in this mind-blowing, visually-stunning production.
No one outfoxes a fox, especially not the horrible and greedy farmers Boggis, Bunce, and Bean – one fat, one short, one lean.
When Mr Fox needs to save his family and friends, he’ll go to any length (above or underground) to outwit the mean humans. Join Mr Fox and his team of furry friends ...
Dermot Kennedy 2020 Australian Tour
Having already sold out his Melbourne and Sydney dates, new shows have been added with audiences demanding a chance to see this dream boat live. Kennedy will arrive at the zenith of a dizzying build that has taken him from busking on the streets of his native Dublin to the precipice of international mega stardom.
750 million streams, a “colossus of a voice” (as described by The Guardian), a huge debut EP in 2017’s Doves & Ravens and now, Without Fear: a ...
Jay Som 2020 Australian Tour
Following the August release of her critically acclaimed third record ‘Anak Ko’, US singer-songwriter and rising bedroom pop act, Jay Som, today announces a run of shows in Australia and New Zealand, kicking off in February 2020.
The stint downunder will see Jay Som, also known as Melina Duterte, perform in Auckland, Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne as part of her ‘Anak Ko’ World Tour.
Now with three celebrated albums under her belt, ‘Anak Ko’ marks ...
Laura Marling’s 2020 Australian Tour
Deliberately taking in venues conducive to the rich details embedded carefully within her music, the tour sees Marling in the country for the first time since the release of LUMP, her critically acclaimed and highly ambitious collaboration with Mike Lindsay of band Tunng.
As she takes to the stage alone, these rare dates will also give audiences the chance to hear selections from Marling’s enviable back catalogue which includes the debut record Alas, I Cannot Swim, the tenacious ...