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The AU Interview: Blazey Best discusses her latest role alongside iOTA in B-Girl (performances to June 21st)

B-Girl is the newest theatrical production from glam-rock God iOTA, a veritable rock concert emotional rollercoaster of an experience that leaves you dizzy and out of breath. The AU caught up with Blazey Best, who co-stars alongside iOTA in the production as his imaginer- a troubled young woman desperately seeking a means of escape from her bleak reality. We chatted about being part of a premiere production, dream roles and which side of B-Girl she associates with.

Arts Review: “B-Girl” featuring iOTA and Blazey Best - Sydney Opera House (Performances to June 21st)

A theatrical concert is just the word to describe the newest experience from gender bending glam-rock God iOTA. B-Girl is not so much a musical as it is a rock concert, but because it is iOTA it works. His unique performance style, which carries through into the production, is what really stands out.

Arts Review: Sydney "Lights the Night" for the tenth and final LTN concert - City Recital Hall (27.10.14)

The night was alight at Sydney’s City Recital Hall this evening, as the annual Light the Night concert celebrated both its tenth birthday and it’s final ever concert with an enthusiastic crowd and a stunning array of performances put on by an amazing lineup of Australian talent.

Gig Announcements: Sydney & NSW - 19th August 2013

In This Issue: Hiatus Kaiyote show at The Standard, The Beach Road Hotel 21st Mega-Bration, Bitch Prefect Adelaide 7” launch, Fuck Buttons to perform at Oxford Art Factory, Valentino Khan announces show at Oxford Art Factory, Major Tom & The Atoms "Confusion" launch, Sydney Opera House recreates 1973 concert, Richard Clapton 40th anniversary celebrations, Ute Lemper performs at Sydney Opera House, Concert for Cambodia, Ultra-Off final.

Sydney Festival Live Review: iOTA: Young, Hard and Solo - Sydney Opera Playhouse (18.01.12)

The hit of last year's Sydney Festival, Smoke and Mirrors, was a wonderful production helmed by Sydney talent iOTA. Bouncing off the success of La Clique in previous years, as well as iOTA's growing popularity thanks to his turn in sell out seasons of Hedwig and the Angry Itch and Rocky Horror, it became one of the most talked about event in years.

The 10 Shows we can't wait for at Sydney Festival 2012.

Sydney Festival is as ingrained in Sydney music culture as the Hottest 100 is to Australia Day, and every year it just gets better and better. This year the festival sticks with what's worked so well over the last few years - from Festival First Night, to the Spiegeltent and the Keystone Festival Bar (Formerly Beck's Festival Bar) - while adding in new features at Parramatta, a free "Hunting Lodge" at the Festival Garden, and the anticipated Black Capital. In our fourth consecutive year of coverage of the event, here's a look at 10 of the events - both musical and otherwise - that we can't wait for at Sydney Festival 2012.