Vivid festival 2019

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FKA Twigs review – opulence, sex and worship in hyper-theatrical show
Carriageworks has apologised for poor sightlines – but those lucky enough to get a vantage point were treated to sexy and holy excess

Caitlin Welsh

10, Jun, 2019 @2:20 AM

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The Dirty Three review – irrefutable proof of 'one of the world's greatest living bands'
Celebrating 25 years since their self-titled debut album by performing it in full, it’s impossible to find flaws with the show

Kate Hennessy

27, May, 2019 @6:00 PM

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The Cure: Disintegration review – album set flatters to deceive, and then prolongs the pain
Despite its best efforts, the band cannot mask the fact that the original record has its fair share of flaws

Bernard Zuel

25, May, 2019 @3:46 AM

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Spunk Records turns 20: the Middle East reunites for beloved Australian label
Band’s reunion shows among Vivid Sydney’s biggest surprises – and, for a certain sect, among the most anticipated gigs of the year

Caitlin Welsh

22, May, 2019 @4:06 AM

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Vivid Sydney 2019: 10 things to see and do, from the Cure to Spike Lee
Vivid isn’t just about the city being awash with neon. Here are the Guardian’s picks for the best offerings from the festival of light, music and art

Guardian staff

21, May, 2019 @3:29 AM

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Briggs: I don’t have time to argue with idiots on the internet any more
From writing for Matt Groening to hosting a party at the Sydney Opera House, the multitalented rapper has a lot on his plate – and he wants to share

Helen Davidson

14, May, 2019 @1:54 AM

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Herbie Hancock: 'I felt like I stood on the shoulders of giants and now it's my turn'
On International Jazz Day, the music legend opens up about his struggles with addiction, the importance of striving and why the secret to jazz is generosity

Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

29, Apr, 2019 @6:00 PM

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