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SBS and The Stenmark Organisation confirmed today the two organisations are discussing the possibility of SBS bringing more of its advertising sales activity in-house.
Carry On Abroad beats Pirates of the Caribbean 3.
Dancers twirl amongst the emergency services workers.
Samuel Dundas is currently performing the role of Don Giovanni in the Victorian Opera's Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at The National Theatre, St Kilda.
Lally Katz is speaking to Arts Hub on the eve of her next play Goodbye Vaudeville Charlie Mudd premiering at the Malthouse next week.
It wasn’t so long ago that Ten Days on the Island was being hailed as the new kid on the block. It was launched in what was already a crowded national festival circuit in 2001, and has now become the only major state festival that literally does incorporate the entire state of Tasmania.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s viola player, Lauren Brigden is one of two Australians selected through on-line auditions to participate in the YouTube Symphony Orchestra.
Held in the heart of Aboriginal land under the gum trees, on the banks of the tranquil Yarra River, at the Fairfield Amphitheatre the Black Harmony Gathering is a unique event with the message 'say no to racism!' with Indigenous and multicultural communities coming together in a spirit of reconciliation for Cultural diversity week.
Do we engage our audiences? Do we move them? And do we move ourselves? What does music mean to us?
Completed on the 28th of October 1787, 'Don Giovanni' was Mozart's second collaboration with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte and is, at heart, a retelling of the Don Juan story.
'Night Breakfast' is a play inspired by the real life events of the 2003 Fairfield floods (1 – 6 December), and the consequent interviews that were conducted with older women living in the Darebin area.
I miss laugh tracks. I miss those big, cheesy, canned laugh tracks that earmarked the good bits of my childhood.
Me and the Grownups. Has ever a band been more aptly named?
It was cold, wet and overcast in Adelaide, setting the scene for 'The Grimstones – Hatched': a quirky puppet performance about a girl named Martha, who can see people’s dreams and, in an effort to lighten the heart of her grieving mother, she decides to use magic to make a baby brother.
Ever seen a one man band in the heart of Adelaide city?
The Rhino Room in Adelaide’s East End is the perfect venue for any one man comedy show and Lehmo’s Taxing Lyrical is no exception.
But for the tiered seating that retreats from the underdressed stage, when entering the theatre, one might make the mistake that they had walked in to a hybrid club filled with bohemian misfits and the intergalactic misunderstood throwing back shots of smoking liquor
Etched on the fringes of popular culture, the work of Alan Moore has long been regarded with critical acclaim, his graphic novels the subject of a devoted fan following.
Jeremy Clarkson (of the 'Top Gear' fame) all but steals the film in his few brief moments, particularly when he attempts to convince the sheepish-faced Bana that basically, “all muscle cars are crap”.
If you don’t know Yolande Moreau by name, you’ll likely recognise the star of 'Séraphine’s' distinctive phizog, the talented performer a veteran of modern European cinema familiar to Western audiences for roles in breakout French-set confections such as 'Amelie' and 'Paris, je t’aime.'
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