Mahler's Song of the Earth | Australian Chamber Orchestra
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Brisbane

22 May 2024

Mahler's Song of the Earth | Australian Chamber Orchestra
This arrangement gives chamber musicians the opportunity to participate in Mahler's masterpiece, an opportunity which most of them have probably never had.
360 All Stars
Review
Melbourne

21 May 2024

360 All Stars
360 All Stars is a great concept and fun way to spend an hour.
Share House: The Musical
Review
Melbourne

20 May 2024

Share House: The Musical
There are so many reasons to love Share House: The Musical.
Hot Dogs Probably Aren't Real | Nat's What I Reckon
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Brisbane

20 May 2024

Hot Dogs Probably Aren't Real | Nat's What I Reckon
Watching this charismatically chaotic legend crack jokes, it was the easiest hour I've spent laughing in a long time. 
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) | Slay Theatre
Review
Melbourne

17 May 2024

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) | Slay Theatre
The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) is gloriously funny and once it gets going, does not stop.
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