Fresh off her monumental work creating 'We Are the Skywhales', Canberra musician Jess Green is getting her band, Pheno, back together.
Incoming CSO artistic advisor Jessica Cottis is excited to take the podium with the Orchestra ahead of 'Llewellyn One' later this month.
Margaret Fulton the Musical, depicting the fascinating life and times of one of Australia’s most influential cooks, comes to The Q in March.
Canberra Theatre’s dreams will come true later this month when hit Australian musical Fangirls graces The Playhouse boards.
Playwright Katie Pollock’s award-winning work People Inside Me is first cab off the rank in 2021 for The Street’s First Seen.
Canberra performer Kirrah Amosa is right now amid rehearsals for Hamilton, one of Australia’s most eagerly anticipated musicals.
Perhaps the capital region’s best known Easter weekend event will be back for 2021 in a wildly different form as 'Good Folk' in Queanbeyan.
Frontline workers are being invited to snap up some of the 5,000 tickets on sale for the Stage 88 Australia Day Concert for free.
Canberra Theatre’s upcoming Shrek The Musical season has been postponed amid complications due to COVID-19 restrictions.
CSO artistic director Nicholas Milton announced in 2019 that this year would be his last in the role after a fruitful 15 years.
Next month’s Tallagandra Hill Rising Star Music Festival will feature three and a half hours of live music from five Canberra-based artists.
Late last month, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) announced a dynamic 2021 season as they enter a transitional phase.
Cellist Julian Smiles will grace Llewellyn Hall alongside the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) later this month for Live at Llewellyn.
Renowned comedian and UC alumnus Wil Anderson will come to Canberra next month to celebrate UC’s 30th birthday by hosting a live panel event.
Belco Arts’ latest production, Mess, taps into social isolation and withdrawal by way of the Japanese culture-bound syndrome, hikikomori.