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Australian Arts


12 February 2022

9:00 AM

12 February 2022

9:00 AM

Does anyone know where we are in the world of arts and entertainment as Omicron advances, boosters abound, RATS are rare and the Prime Minister now approves of Premier McGowan keeping the WA border closed though until the other day this was anathema to him? But the Australian Ballet are limbering up for their Anna Karenina, Melbourne Opera, with truly colossal ambition, is doing Die Walküre, the heart of Wagner’s Ring Cycle, with Rosamund Illing brandishing a spear as those aerial offspring of Wotan take their spiralling tumultuous ride.

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