The annual Manhattan Short Film Festival returns to Glen Street Theatre as part of a global event when more than 100,000 people in over 300 cities across six continents gather in cinemas, galleries, universities, museums and cafes to view and vote for their favourite short film.
Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas are back with a bang this spring, bringing music by day and movies by night to their original Brisbane home at South Bank’s Rainforest Green from September 28 until November 9. Brisbane is the first stop on the outdoor event’s national tour that reaches 150,000 festivalgoers across Australia.
From Bungie, the creators of Halo, and Activision, the publisher of Call of Duty, comes Destiny, the next evolution in interactive entertainment and an epic adventure unlike anything players have experienced.
Louder Than Words showcases two new works from Sydney Dance Company Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela and Greek prodigy Andonis Foniadakis. Bringing the full force of the Company to bear, Bonachela and Foniadakis present a manifesto for the future of dance – brash and beautiful, unapologetic and impossible to contain.
Not ones to let America have all the fun, Selina’s at Coogee Bay Hotel are bringing thedebaucherous Spring Break to Oz this September 6th, enlisting ARIA nominated, chart topping party boys Bombs Away to exploit their expertise in all things party.
One of Australia's most loved and multi award winning music festivals, Stereosonic is back for another year. Inspired by the diverse music tastes from its patrons, Stereosonic’s 2014 line-up features leading and emerging artists from the house, techno, trance, bass, electro and EDM music scenes.
Some of cinemas most celebrated titles are set to return to the big screen at Event Cinemas George Street, with the launch of the In The House Cinema Series next month. Featuring landmark films at their finest, the series will herald the return to the big screen of some of the greatest movie titles of the last 25 years. Films touted to make their silver screen come back for the series include cult classics The Crow (17 October) the mad and wacky Spaceballs (28 November) and the timeless epic, Jaws (19 September).
Want to integrate music around how you live? With Samsung's innovative new multi-room speakers, you can enjoy music in many rooms at once. It's your house and it's your music, the way it was meant to be heard.
2014 has seen The Love Junkies tour Australia four times, play their first international shows in Singapore and Vietnam, sign a deal with German-based label Siiick Records for their releases in Europe, and release their self-produced Flight Test EP with lead single Chemical Motivation.
Independent theatre company Slip of the Tongue and the Seymour Centre will present Michael Gow’s 1987 comedy, Europe, from 10 to 27 September as part of the Seymour’s Reginald Season 2014. Directed by James Beach, Europe will star Pippa Grandison as Barbara and Andrew Henry as Douglas the show is something not to be missed.
Acclaimed singer-songwriters Alex Goot and Against the Current are set to rock the Australia stage for their first ever Australia-Asia tour. The talented Alex Goot is excited to be playing in Sydney and Melbourne for the first time. With his unique way of re-imagining other artists’ material, Alex rose quickly through the ranks of YouTube’s Top 200 channels. As of this month, he has captured the hearts of over 1.8 million subscribers and gained over 287 million views on YouTube.
The Adelaide stop of the AU's run of 6th birthday parties around the country is only just around the corner! Taking place at Rocket Bar in the heart of the city's West End on Friday (August 29th) night from 9pm, punters will be able to usher in their weekend with the musical stylings of Datakae (Adelaide) and Fishing (Sydney)!
JBL, the leading name in professional and consumer sound for over 60 years, is excited to announce a partnership with Australia’s most influential music conference, BIGSOUND. The partnership demonstrates the audio brand’s ongoing support for the Australian music industry, as JBL promotes up-and-coming Australian talent whilst engaging in important conversations about the state of the industry.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of his Australian debut at Rottofest on Rottnest Island off Western Australia this September, US comedian and star of Comedy Central’s award winning and critically celebrated Chappelle’s show Donnell Rawlings (aka Ashy Larry) has announced Sydney Fringe and Melbourne Fringe performances will form part of his first ever trip to Australia.
Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents a high-octane verbal cage match about love, fidelity and a misplaced hat. The Tony Award-winning Broadway hit The Motherf**ker with the Hat plays from 19 September to 19 October at Eternity Playhouse.