In this issue: Fringe World Festival is back in Perth next year, Arj Barker and Danny Bhoy are heading to Sydney Comedy Festival, B-Girl Demi Sorono joins the Blaze cast, Bam Margera heads to Parkwoood Tavern while ballerina Sylvie Guillem heads to the Adelaide Festival next year. Alan Moore debuts his short film, Sunnyboys releases their DVD, Mr Penfold debuts his one night only show and Griffin Theatre debuts their first 2013 production. Melbourne nightspot Revolver Upstairs has a new poster wall, Gaffa Gallery has a new exhibition and Blender Gallery has A Very Rock'n'Roll Xmas. Even more after the jump...
In this issue:
Celebrate Christmas with 107 Projects' The Christmas Show, Christmas Fantastic at Crown and Cut & Paste at Bondi Pavilion. Submission call outs for Tropfest, Melbourne Cabaret Festival and Open House Perth. Rock the outdoor summer flick with Starlight Cinema and Little Darlings NIGHT OWLS Kids Film Festival. Plus much, much more..
In this issue: Adelaide Fringe reveals a titbit of it's impressive line up, a horrifying new film shocks Australian audiences, Hamer Hall celebrates turning 30, the National Screenwriters Conference is set for the Mornington Peninsula and a new documentary questions the modern music industry.
In this issue: Musical Alaska presents us with 00i, Fremantle audiences enjoy some all-female comedy, David Michod will join Amiel Courtin-Wilson in a special screening, Wanneroo impresses with a new amphitheatre, Shelley Wall writes a play that acts as a social mirror, The Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards announce a winner and Harvest Festival supports the arts.
In this issue: Dead Letter Circus play one last show before heading to India, Andy White and Kavisha Mazzella perform at Flying Saucer Club, The Griswolds announce EP launch and more!
Dead Letter Circus performing at The Zoo
Dead Letter Circus have spent the past 18 months touring in the USA and the UK. Now they’re back and ready to test out their new material from their upcoming album.
In This Issue: Angelo Kehagias' portraiture explores hidden depths, St Martins Youth Arts Centre examines love from innocent hearts, Jesse Willesee gets creative this Halloween, Latin America is celebrated in Darling Harbour, a festive happy birthday to Federation Square and WAAPA presents The Taming of the Shrew.
In This Issue: The Burlesque hour has arrived, Todd McKenney is looking for child stars, John Haddad is appointed Chairman of the Arts Centre Melbourne Foundation, Australians flock to play Wii U, Sydney is on display and Shapeshifter has a fresh take on the study of music.
A new exhibition will be commencing in Brisbane's Love Love Studio tonight! The Eye Not The Ear...Though Always At Hand showcases a selection of Instagram images from Brisbane-based music photographers, highlighting their natural photographic talents in their everyday life.
The exhibition continues until September 30th and is an event not to be missed! According to Tessa Fox:
Western Australia hit web series Super Dingo has announced the release of its highly anticipated second episode Super Dingo Vs. The Hippies. Set for release on September 17th, Super Dingo Vs. The Hippies follows the agents as they battle to guard the construction of a nuclear power plant from the machinations of a cult of villainous hippies, led by the Moonjuice their malevolent leader.
In This Issue: An exciting design exhibition opens at Object Ground Floor, audiences watch renowned international theatre without buying plane tickets, the people of Perth can see a tale of love watching Boy Girl Wall, Henry Wagons discovers what enhances his performance, Dr Anita Heiss wins the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Indigenous Writing, Homebake festival returns to Sydney and the street and contemporary art scene is enriched by a new collaborative effort called The Hours.
In This Issue: PASSOUT exhibition at The Backroom, The Design Centre presents Nick Mount, Jameson gives you the chance to shoot for $5000, Fearless launches at The Carriage Works, Artgroupie exhibition shows of local music come visual arts talent, Jurassic Lounge back for Season 4.
In This Issue: Winter Rumpus brings music and art to the inner west on Sundays, The Darwin International Film Festival announces the first round of films, Comedy comes to Melbourne at Rue Bebelons, the Australian Singing Competition prepares for the Finals, War Witch and Rollertown win Canadian Film Festival 2012 awards, and the Sydney Fringe Festival gets set to take over Newtown!
In This Issue: Milk Crate launches it's most ambitious and 'Fearless' project to date, patrons dance all night at Hammer Hall, the Gangster Ball gets cats swing dancing, The Trust Company awards $120,000, The Wheeler Centre launches Program Three, Australians are invited to submit their screenplays to Roman Coppola, Trikstars create illusions, 107 opens a brand new cultural space and Just for Laughs will be at the Sydney Opera House.
On The Misconception of Oedipus, a Malthouse Theatre production co-produced with Perth Theatre Company will make its West Australian premiere in the Studio Underground at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia from 5 to 15 September 2012.
We know how the Oedipus story ends - he murders his father and unwittingly marries his mother. But where did this shattering tragedy begin?