Tasmanian International Arts Festival
 
The festival comes to town!

The Tasmanian International Arts Festival has gathered some of the world’s finest artists and performers, for a creative whirlwind across the island. Come and celebrate local, interstate and international artists and enjoy the longest running and only state-wide festival in Tasmania. Download a copy of the Tasmanian International Arts Festival program here or purchase tickets at tendays.org.au or by phone on (03) 6210 5777.

Program
 
Alzheimer Symphony comes home

Following a sell-out Hobart season, Ten Days and Tasmania Performs are proud to bring Alzheimer Symphony to Bruny Island and Huonville. Performed by acclaimed artist Justus Neumann, this poignant work is punctuated by moments of humour that will take you on a remarkable journey. Winner of six Errols at the recent Tasmanian Theatre Awards including best writer, best director, best male performer and best original production in the professional category, Alzheimer Symphony is a masterpiece not to be missed.

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Blue Angel cast enliven Hobart’s iconic Astor Private Hotel

Fancy spending the night with cast of Blue Angel in the art deco ambiance of The Astor Private Hotel in Hobart? Come and experience this unique production by Big hART that tells tales of the sea through installations, video, art and music with some of Australia's best actors and musicians, including the incomparable Kerry Armstrong and featuring the potent vocals of Mikelangelo. Revel in this captivating performance by Big hART and stay overnight stay at The Astor.

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Do you hear the call of the wild?

This amazing world exclusive is a marriage of Western sounds and Eastern influences. The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra joins a select syndicate of international orchestras to perform Tan Dun’s Wolf Totem. This extraordinary work is composed by Chinese-born Tan Dun, who rose to prominence with his music score to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Staged in Hobart’s Federation Concert Hall, with full orchestra‚Ķthis will truly be a breathtaking performance.

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Tasmanian Guitar Trio touchdown in Kettering

Performing on classical and flamenco guitars, the Tasmanian Guitar Trio is directed by ARIA Award Winner Gareth Koch and features the versatile talents of Darcy O’Malley, an accomplished classical trumpeter and blues guitarist, and Oliver Marshall, an electric guitarist and bassist within the contemporary music genre. Performing an eclectic repertoire of works that spans from J.S. Bach to James Reyne, the Tasmanian Guitar Trio will enthral and delight you.

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Stage meets screen in the terrifying Dementia 13

Live actors, musicians and a sound artist bring cult cinema to life in a fusion of performance and film that will have audiences screaming in fear and shrieking with laughter! Before The Godfather and Apocalypse Now, there was Dementia 13, Francis Ford Coppola’s 1963 gothic horror debut. In this thrilling experience, New Zealand’s Live Live Cinema bring every creeping footstep and murderous axe blow to life as the film screens above them. This is better than the movies, this is cinema in 4-D!

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Holy and hilarious theatre with The Cardinals

It’s evangelical mayhem on stage as three cardinals on tour with a puppet show find themselves strangely without puppets. They flounder their way through well-known Bible stories, as wild off-stage antics reveal a tale that is as funny as it is touching. The Cardinals is a thought-provoking, witty and entertaining work of biblical proportions from one of the world’s most innovative theatre companies.

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Roll up for family fun at the Spiegeltent

Come out and play! Ten Days has your family entertainment covered at the amazing Spiegeltent on Hobart’s waterfront. Expect the unexpected, when music maker extraordinaire Linsey Pollak goes Live and Loopy on 28 March in a hilarious musical event. Kaput features the larger-than-life buffoonery of Circus Oz superstar Tom Flanagan in a brilliant family show that is full of slapstick, acrobatics and total silliness. Be swept up on 29 March in the mayhem of this performance as one man’s life is flipped upside-down in a highly skilled, hilariously funny and touching show.

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