Performing to a near-packed house, the MSO and its choir presented a middle-of-the-road version of Handel's oratorio.
Making her entrance wearing a giant vulva on her head, Peaches rocked the crowd as she did the foundations of gender norms and expectations at Meredith Music Festival.
Stadium gigs are a fraught pursuit for musicians... luckily Coldplay are this generation's best stadium performers.
This darkly comic satire explores religious ideas through a devil's ideas about tempting a human being.
A theatre company's debut production deals with aspects of modern relationships using drama, movement, music and multimedia.
Immersive technology is allowing us to not just consume art but to become part of it while allowing artists to tell their stories in magical new ways.
PPY16 – Revealed
American ballet superstar David Hallberg sits gently rotating his left ankle. He has, say ballet experts, perfect feet with "dolphin arches".
The Australian Ballet delivered some thrilling displays of dance, presented not in an exhibitionist way but with a kind of modesty that fits the folksy theme of the ballet.
Jason Robert Brown's chamber musical is an intimate two-hander with a chronological twist.
From a new musical about Australia's first female prime minister to a three-person adaptation of Around the World in 80 Days, there's plenty on offer in next year's season at the Q.
The 1930s anti-drug propaganda film became a cult classic for all the wrong reasons. It translates well to the stage.
It is difficult to know what to commend most strongly.
It was hard to imagine things could step up any further but this last and longest of the Ring operas was also the most majestic.
That anyone can sing Siegfried, the title role in Wagner's third Ring opera, is surprising, so challenging is the role. That anyone can sing it like Stefan Vinke is astounding.
Comedian Amy Schumer has cancelled her Australian stand-up tour just five days before she was due to perform in Perth.
Sam Simmons and his fight against beige is our hottest comedy export.
Dilruk Jayasinha left the heady heights of accountancy for sweaty live comedy.