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The Lyric Opera of Chicago is under investigation after a performer was badly burned during a fire-breathing stunt.
A new Chinese translation of James Joyce's convoluted novel Finnegan's Wake has become a bestseller in China
Bolshoi ballerina Svetlana Lunkina has decided to remain in Canada after receiving a number of death threats.
The National Theatre has unveiled its 2013 season which includes a Sam Mendes production of ‘King Lear’ and a new musical by Tori Amos.
Austen fans all over the world are reaching for their bonnets in celebration of the 200th year anniversary of ‘Pride and Prejudice.’
In 13 Rooms, the works of art are living breathing creatures who look back and interact with visitors.
The world's most prestigious gathering of writers is coming to Melbourne.
What does it take for an understudy to steal the show? ArtsHub chats to Owain Arthur, the star of 'One Man, Two Guvnors' to find out.
Mike Shuttleworth is the Program Manager at the Melbourne Writers Festival, host of the final chapter of the Edinburgh World Writers’ Conference.
In 2010 Geordie was one of only five recipients of the British Council Realise Your Dream Award, which allowed him to embark upon a three month study of UK national theatre models.
This year’s Sauti za Busara music festival will feature African artists whose music is restricted in their home countries.
This year Japan's two highest literary honours were given to the oldest and youngest recipients.
A group of Muslim clerics have asked the Jaipur literary festival to cancel talks by speakers who were previously involved in supporting the work of author Salman Rushdie.
A new show by Footnote Dance with New Zealand choreographer Lisa Densem and music by Andrew Thomas released as part of Footnote Forte 2013.
Brazilian workers are set to receive a cultural stipend of $25 a month.
A book of short stories by Canadian author Zsuzsi Gartner presents a dark and satirical portrait of Vancouver’s future.
Sergei Filin, the artistic director of Russia’s Bolshoi Theatre, is recovering in hospital after a masked man threw acid in his face.
The National Library of France is eager to get its hands on Marquis de Sade’s ‘The 120 Days of Sodom’, known as one of the most perverse manuscripts in existence.
If you work in the arts, money is tight. You need to know when to save and when to spend on your music.
Following the 2008 economic downturn and a strong Canadian dollar, the Cirque du Soleil will cut 400 jobs.
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