Join Nathan Atkins as he takes us on stage with Cats, which has returned to Sydney for a limited run. Starring Delta Goodrem, this production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical is enjoying performances at the Capitol Theatre until November 29th. For more details head to http://www.catsthemusical.com/australia/ and enjoy this gallery below:
Krista Melsom headed along to the Oz Comic-Con in Brisbane and brings us back these photos from the weekend. Check out all the action here and then look out for Oz Comic-Con when it comes to Sydney this weekend!
the AU's Nathan Atkins was there at the new production of Cole Porter’s classic musical comedy Anything Goes to bring us these awesome snaps. Starring Caroline O’Connor and Todd McKenney, this dynamic, high-energy musical is one of Australia’s hottest new hits of the season. Click through for the full gallery.
Today, Sydney Contemporary returns to Carriageworks for as 90 galleries across 14 different countries come together for a massive display of thoughtful and provoking contemporary art. It's Australasia's largest and most diverse gathering of Australian and international galleries and it only take place every two years. Here is what you can expect as the event occupies Carriageworks from today Thursday 10th September to Sunday 13th September. Photos by Nathan Atkins for the AU review.
Masterpieces from the Hermitage: The Legacy of Catherine the Great celebrates the tenacity and vision of a true innovator in the Arts. Catherine the Great's inexhaustible passion for the Arts, Education and Culture heralded a renaissance, leading to the formation of one of the world's great museums, the Hermitage. The collection is now on show at a Melbourne-exclusive exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. Carl Dziunka went along to capture these priceless masterpieces.
David Bowie Is.... This phrase conjurs up so much because David Bowie has given so much. He has had so much influence in every facet of the Arts that it is hard to pinpoint the exact description to that phrase. The Australian Centre for the Moving Image is staging an Exhibition showing a piece of everything that has showcased Bowie's career.
Currently taking over the first floor of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney is Energies, a new (and free) exhibition that brings together the works of Australian artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding, in what is the first comprehensive survey of their combined works from the last twenty plus years, curated by the MCA's Anna Davis. These are artists who are interested in kinetic energies, sounds and even smells.
The Gertrude Street Projection Festival is now in its eighth Year. The Festival transforms Gertrude Street into an open air Art Gallery by projecting art in shop windows, on the walls of buildings and various other spaces in the area. One of the projection is even shown on the enormous wall of one of the towers on the Atherton Gardens Housing estate. The festival is free and it is a way of integrating art into the urban landscape which can be enjoyed by many people within the community as it blends and becomes a part of everyday life. Carl Dziunka went along to capture the artistic projections.
Supanova brought some brilliant cosplayers, TV and film guests, authors and illustrators and voice artists out to The Dome in Sydney over the weekend! Nathan Atkins headed along and snapped panels, avid fans and more.
Last Orders is an incredible sample of circus performances that feature the 2015 graduating students from the National Institute of Circus Arts. Our exclusive peek of the show featured three excerpts of the highly talented young people before they head out into the world to begin their professional careers. Carl Dziunka was there to capture their routines.
Over the weekend, Gold Coast was invaded by superheroes, villains, pop culture icons and gamers for the annual Supanova Pop Culture Expo. Krista Melsom was there for the AU Review to catch all the action.
Spiegelworld has arrived in Melbourne and the team has opened its smash-hit Las Vegas show Absinthe, a follow-up to its record-breaking show Empire which was seen by an incredible 200,000 Australians. Inspired by the absinthe-drenched cabarets of late 19th century Europe, Absinthe is an adult-themed cocktail of circus, comedy, burlesque and vaudeville for a 21st century audience. Carl Dziunka went along to capture images from a mini performance of the full show.
Streaming service Netflix launched in Australia last night with a star studded red carpet ceremony at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. The stars that walked the red carpet include Michael Caton, John Jarratt, Ben Mendelsohn and Daryl Hanna. Our photographer Nathan Atkins was there to capture all the glitz and glamour.
Late nights at the Garden just got a little bit sexier, with Little Egypt's Speakeasy! Lauren Connelly went to check out opening night and caught these snaps.
Hans is back in the Adelaide Fringe Festival with his Lucky Bitches and a new show to boot! In Das Haus opened in the Garden of Unearthly Delights last night, with Hans reworking a slew of classic rap and hip-hop tracks to great applause. Photos by Chad Lofts.