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Rogue Nation makes it into the top 15 list on a night when Nine won overall.
The Australian Financial Review reports that Network Ten has lost one of its advertisers as it sells advertising packages for its sport digital TV channel and the main channel. Sony Australia decided
Icons: Master Series 2 by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is an eclectic, well constructed program in Icons, by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra under the direction on renowned conductor Vladimir Askenazy.
Wild West Comedy Festival Gala Night - The professionalism and entertainment value of five of Perth’s comedians being absolutely on par with any larger comedy festival.
Katrina Sedgwick, director of the 2009 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival, claims to run the most flexible funding in Australia, and manages to put its original, chancy films slap bang at the middle of th
Big hART have a giveaway for Arts Hubbers planning to head to the Ten Days On The Island festivities. Submit a short verse about your parents‘ or grandparents‘ first kiss. The winner receives a double pass to see This Is Living at the Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart, on 31st March!
Mark Trenwith’s latest show Express at the Adelaide Fringe Festival asks the question “Are Australians crap at expressing themselves”. Where he got that wild notion I have no idea. Oh wait, maybe he’s met my dad. Or 90% of our elected officials. Or the occasional rugby league player.
Showing upstairs at the Duke Of York hotel, Adelaide Fringe Festival's A dingo stole my latte is delivered by three comedians from Darwin who don’t mind poking fun at the Territorians as well as Adelaide-ians.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Dreamer In The Deep comes courtesy of the Dream Puppets who won a five star rating for their work in the 2007 Adelaide Fringe.
The new Melbourne season of LAWN at the Malthouse opened on Thursday extending the now five-year long popularity of this work that premiered in 2004 with its first performances in Brisbane and Berlin.
Adelaide is rocking under the momentum of this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival. Check out all the Arts Hub reviews below and find out what is running hot at this year's Adelaide Fringe.
Central City Studios has been doing a discreet dance with FremantleMedia, which could kibosh international productions in Victoria - or so several sources have told ScreenHub.
The line-up of new Beyond titles includes drama, factual, travel, science and documentary programs. It is a Game in the Dirt, and may seem Impossible, but reps are not Spoiled Rotten - they have been
Footprint Films is known to push its projects very hard in the marketplace, though anyone who can prove the P&A budget for 'Romulus My Father' is probably in a shallow grave under the desert stars. Wh
A night out at the movies is given new meaning at SHORTS Outback where films are shown under the desert stars in the middle of the Flinders Ranges and accompanied by fine regional food prepared by a c
Nine swaps with Seven, ABC holds firm - good on Thursday - while SBS proves that it really does not have the money to run a seven day service.
According to a well-placed source, blue chip production The Green Lantern ($US150 million) is a confirm for Sydney, while Redlands City Council has removed another stumbling block to Narnia: Voyage of
Three cute guys, music comedy, audience participation and live YouTube style interaction. This Adelaide Fringe Festival shas electricity running through it…literally.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Down & Out troupe of performers dish out some serious party tricks!
The Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Undressing Room is a brand new show for Imogen Kelly. A NIDA graduate and a notorious burlesque performer who calculates she has undressed for more than 1, 000, 000 people.
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