Need to know what’s absolutely, positively must-see during this bumper arts and events season? Just check out our top-ten selection and roundup of what’s on offer.

 

 

1. PIAF

You’ll be awed and moved when The Giants roam the CBD in Australia’s biggest free public arts event.

2. PIAF

Critics were floored by Anthony Minghella’s sumptuous staging of Madama Butterfly; you will be, too.

 

 

 

3. PIAF KIDS

The Rabbits sees Shaun Tan’s picture book set to opera with music by Kate
Miller-Heidke.

4. PERTH WRITERS FESTIVAL

The talk by the Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth Gilbert will be a major calendar highlight.

 

 

5. FRINGE

David Ives’ sexy psychological drama Venus In Fur will mesmerise and polarise.

6. PERFORMANCE

You’ll be transported to another realm in this violin concerto by the prodigious Sarah Chang.

 

 

7. OUTDOOR FILM

Don’t miss Maps To The Stars,
a savagely funny satire of Hollywood.

8. OUTDOOR CONCERTS

Welsh opera star Bryn Terfel unleashes his brilliance at the jaw-dropping Leeuwin Estate.

 

 

9. GALLERIES

Western Australian artist Neil Turner depicts the rural environment in the most stunning sculptural pieces.

10. PIAF

Cut The Sky, a beautiful multi-layered dance piece exploring Aboriginal land rights, is a stand-out.

 

 

 

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