One of the most defining indie outfits of the past decade, Florence + The Machine have just dropped their highly-anticipated third album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. What’s more, they’re set to return to our shores, writes Garrett Bithell.
Set between the wars in no specific country, Sport for Jove’s (SPJ) Merchant of Venice, manages to pull off the tricky balancing act that is making the play entertaining while not endorsing the hateful attitudes of the characters.
The rise of modern technology is giving more and more people the opportunity to have their voice heard. This can have its downfalls, but in the case of podcast Bring a Plate, it's good thing, and as a result they've been asked to record their podcast live for the Emerging Writers Festival in Melbourne next week.
Celebrating the life and legacy of one of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, The Australian Ballet will next present The Dream: a triple bill of works by master choreographer Frederick Ashton, playing June 4 – 13 at Arts Centre Melbourne, and then July 8 – 9 at Adelaide Festival Centre.
Queer party-starters House of Mince have teamed up with Goodgod Small Club and Red Bull Music Academy to inject a big fat dose of the NYC vogue scene, through the mise-en-scène of a dungeon ballroom, right into the bowels of the Sydney Opera House for Vivid LIVE.