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TDOV 2019 – Visibility Party with spoken word and performances

31 March 2019
Hares and Hyenas

TDOV – Trans Day of Visibility 2019

On Beauty

2 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

A series of paintings and works on paper exploring the notion of beauty and transience with references to...

I’m not a Robot

2 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

A David Jones textile designer-turned painter presents a series of work exploring the line, tone, shape...

From Hungary: Tanchaz Music

8 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

Catch the excitement of the pulsing melodies that inspired musicians and composers from Brahms and Bartok...

Liszt’s Italian Pilgrimage

11 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

A rare opportunity to hear Liszt's cycle in its entirety, pianist Tristan Lee takes us through the...

Collide ‘hors d’oeuvre’

16 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

Collide returns to fortyfivedownstairs with an exciting new program of arrangements for cello, piano and...

Primal

30 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

An exhibition of oil paintings exploring the palpable anger in response to current economic uncertainty,...

UNFOLDING

30 April 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

Unfolding introduces elements of dimension, light and shadow into pastel drawings through precise folding...

Mr Burns, a post-electric play | RETURN SEASON

2 May 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

After a completely sold-out season, Lightning Jar Theatre is thrilled to announce the return of Mr.