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The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About - Chris Boyd

The 19th an­nual cel­e­bra­tion of Aus­tralian and in­ter­na­tional sculp­ture re­turns this week, set against the coastal back­drop of Bondi and Ta­ma­rama and fea­tur­ing more than 100 works. This year it will also in­clude Sculp­ture In­side at the mar­quee in Mark’s Park in Ta­ma­rama, a small con­tem­po­rary sculp­ture gallery that will ex­hibit small sculp­ture by emerg­ing and pro­fes­sional artists. Bondi to Ta­ma­rama Coastal Walk. Opens Thurs­day. In­quiries: (02) 8399 0233 or online. Un­til Novem­ber 8. stu­dio-sized theatre. Com­bined with Ryan’s fresh and of­ten sur­pris­ing stag­ing, it makes this a pro­duc­tion for Shake­speare gu­rus too. Can­berra Theatre Cen­tre, Civic Square, Lon­don Cir­cuit. To­day, 2pm and 7.30pm. Tick­ets: $45$79. Book­ings: (02) 6275 2700 or online. Un­til Oc­to­ber 24. Love and Har­mony Hus­band-and-wife duo so­prano Christina Wil­son and pi­anist Alan Hicks celebrate cre­ative re­la­tion­ships in a per­for­mance of works inspired by cou­ples. The pro­gram in­cludes works by Robert and Clara Schu­mann, Fran­cis Poulenc, Ralph Vaughan Wil­liams’s Four Last Songs and the Aus­tralian pre­miere of David Matthew’s The Book of Hours. Wes­ley Mu­sic Cen­tre, 20 Na­tional Cir­cuit, For­rest. To­mor­row, 3pm. Tick­ets: $15-$35. Tick­ets only avail­able at the door. In­quiries: (02) 6286 7373 or online.

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