There was much to celebrate at this year’s Blue Room Theatre Awards. Over the course of two seasons the Blue Room has seen over 17,500 people come through their doors, bringing with them an average attendance of 86% across the course of the two seasons and fifteen independent productions.
In This Issue: Grease the Musical, WWE Live returns to Australia, Circus Oz Cranked Up, Sydney Festival and Sydney Opera House presents Am I, Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Russell Howard, ACMI special Australia Day event, and Gasworks Moving Parts 2014...
Circus Oz is set to start 2014 with a run of Big Top shows at Sydney’s Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbour. From 1 to 27 of January, the latest-critically acclaimed show from the reputable circus folk – titled Cranked Up - will mix up an industrial theme with all the fun of the circus.
Presented by APRA, AMCOS and the AGSC, the winners of the 2013 Screen Music Awards have been announced at a gala event at the Sydney State Theatre. Hosted by The Chaser’s Andrew Hansen and Chris Taylor, the winner’s list features an impressive group of composers who reflect the diversity and depth of the Australian screen music community.
In This Issue: Cast announcement for Strictly Ballroom The Musical, New Theatre Company special offer, Darlinghurst Theatre to honour Nick Enright, Theatre Designer awarded Hephzibah Tintner Fellowship, Epicentre Theatre Company presents Blackrock, The Jerusalem Project now on sale, The Redux Project: Aussie Mega Redux to be held in Sydney, first announcement for 10th annual Sydney Comedy Festival, Ludovico Einaudi's In a Time Lapse, Photography exhibition The Pool Collective Redux, Darebin Art Show, new Marketing and Development Director at ACMI, White Night Melbourne program, Melbourne International Film Festival dates, Melbourne Now at the NGV, Midsumma Festival play, Brisbane Comedy Festival line up, and Big Sky International Pitch Session open...
In This Issue: Consentino wins award, An Evening with John Cleese encore tour, Australian actor announced as UNICEF Amabassador, Stimulate/Sedate exhibition, Soul Survivors photography exhibition, final exhibition at Galerie pompom, new production from the students at AIM, Gangster's Paradise exhibition at Space 44, Sydney Mardi Gras events announced, Disruptions exhibit to show at the Corner Hotel, tickets for Melbourne season of Grease, launch of new book Accounting for Taste, new exhibition at Gallery of Modern Art...
Taking to the stage of the Sydney Opera House's Concert Hall as part of the 2014 Sydney Festival will be some stellar live performances alongside the world premiere of Australian film, The Spirit of Akasha. Capturing the spirit of surf culture in present day, the film brings together contexts of film, music and of course, surfing.
In This Issue: Coke & Sympathy: A Rock & Roll Cabaret, The Trust Company launches free teaching module, new mentorship program from Critical Path, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, new program announced for Utzon Music Series, new degree on offer at Sydney College of the Arts, Relative Constructions art collective launch new project, Les Vepres Siciliennes to screen across Australia, Red Stitch Actors Theatre accounts new season, Secret Symphony to play at Designing 007 exhibition, The Yarraville Club presents Frank Woodley.
In This Issue: John Waters This Filthy World Vol 2, Spiegelworld's Vegas Nocturn and Empire, FBi Radio's 'Brush With Fame', National Art School Graduate Exhibition, Legend of Four Seasons show, James Packer's Sydney Arts Fund, Images of the King photo exhibition, Yarraville Club comedy night with Mick Molloy, 40 Years of Mushroom & Melbourne's Music Culture exhibition, new game Gravitate in Fed Square, The King and I, FRINGE WORLD Festival, The Gov Gallery presents 'Vibrance', and French fashion at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
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Internationally renowned contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang is bringing his first solo exhibition to Australia. The beautifully designed exhibition titled Falling Back to Earth will be exhibited at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) 23 November 2013 – 11 May 2014 Brisbane location only.
In This Issue: Michael Rossiter exhibition, Coranderrk, Golgol's The Government Inspector, Warwick Thornton's The Darkside, Australian Chamber Choir, New Hola Sol Festival Cantina, 19th Biennale of Sydney, FRINGE WORLD Festival, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels extends run to December, Billy Blue College of Design and more...
With the official launch happening this evening at the Adelaide Festival Centre, the program for the 2014 Adelaide Festival has been unveiled! The annual festival which draws thousands through to South Australia to witness a diverse program of music, visual art, theatre, dance and more, has gone above and beyond in pulling together the program for next year.
In this issue: Kim Williams to deliver lecture at SPAA's Screen Forever, a DVD release for Broken, The Returned running on Foxtel's Studio, Tropfest gets an extension and make your own film... about cannibals!