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Tis’ the season for contemporary art and a large offering of culture.
It comes around this time of year on an annual basis. After the depth of Winter and before the sweats of Summer. Packed full of things you never asked for, because you were unaware you needed to see them.
Packed full of things you never asked for, because you were unaware you needed to see them.
Welcome to the Melbourne Festival 2017.
This year, the lineup seems to have gone to new places, allowing the festival team to create a lineup of unmissable acts. With so much on offer at this year’s edition, we’ve compiled four must-see pieces with direct links to the tickets, so you don’t spend any time messing about. Read up and then book now to avoid any disappointment.
Read up and then book now to avoid any disappointment.
All The Best Sex I’ve Ever Had
Drawing on the 65-year-old +, residents from around Melbourne, this piece tells the real-life sexual encounters of those with a little more wisdom than other generations. From first experiences to the last time, the stories all have a place in the connection that we as humans share. This was a highlight when it debuted at the Sydney Festival and takes out our top pick in Melbourne. Tickets HERE.
Danish choreographer Mette Ingvartsen is bringing this piece to life with 12 dancers that will grace the stage with nothing more than what nature gave them. Blurring the preconceptions of body and self and moving as one, naked mass, this piece seeks to search for pleasure beyond one’s skin and does it in a way that you won’t soon forget. Tickets HERE
In This Vessel We Shall Be Kept
Ayoung Kim is back with a piece that will haunt you. Showing at the Collingwood Arts Precient during the festival, this is something that will leave you feeling something real. Be prepared. Free event.
Tickets HERE. Grab them now, this will sell out. A fusion of ballet, hip-hop, kung-fu and Chinese opera, this piece by acclaimed choreographer Yang Liping is set to put a twist on this classic tale of Chinese opera better known as Farewell My Concubine. Check out the preview below:
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