Perth Festival's in-concert staging is a reminder of the pleasures of immersion in the orchestral world of an opera.
Anna Dowsley slays in this drolly amusing – if a little confusing – showcase of songs by the American composer William Bolcom.
An innovative but inconclusive evening’s entertainment as the sun sets on Perth's Scarborough Beach.
South Africa's ultimate feel-good ambassadors. The more you engage with them, the more you want.
Exquisite singing and a feeling of déjà vu mark the return of Mozart’s seminal opera after a 30-year absence.
UK writer Isley Lynn’s The Swell imparts a neck-snapping spin to its decades-spanning story of a queer love triangle.
An evening of vivacious virtuosity and stratospheric highs from an electrifying Camerata and guests.
A classic of early English theatre, this tale of bloody revenge is imperfectly reimagined as Gothic horror.
If audience reaction to this concert is anything to go by, Omega Ensemble is well on its way to cementing a whole new fanbase.
An intimate program of string quartets by Haydn, Mozart and Mendelssohn expertly played by AHE in foursome mode.
Even actors as talented as Sheridan Harbridge and Jing-Xuan Chan can’t make this two-hander about love and grief particularly memorable.
Sarah Snook gives a breath-taking tour de force performance as the London lead in Sydney Theatre Company's The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Powerful and diverse stories shared with passion, charisma and courage, in a safe and welcoming space.