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Lobotomies are at the forefront of my intact mind. I'm not mid-bout acute paranoia. Rather, I've been educated and duly angered by the history of lobotomy.
AN audience of almost 1000 people rose to sing Happy Birthday to Dame Elisabeth Murdoch today at the new Melbourne Recital Centre.
IF Australia is a failure, as is conventional thinking, its director Baz Luhrmann might be singing from The Producers' songbook, Where Did We Go Right? As the shonky producer, Max, sings in Mel Brooks's musical: "How could this happen? The show was lousy and long; we did everything wrong. Where did we go right?"
Angry ticketholders have hit out at organisers of yesterday's St Jerome's Laneway Festival in Melbourne's CBD, saying poor organisation and overcrowding left hundreds of frustrated fans locked out of the venue, unable to watch the bands they had paid for.
Sydney Openair Cinema is pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 20 double passes to 'Not Quite Hollywood' on 10th February.
Game, set and match for Seven and the tennis.
The International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) has announced Australian composer CEZARY SKUBISZEWSKI as a 2008 nominee for scoring excellence. Cezary has been nominated in the category of Be
Transmission Films has acquired New Zealand rights to The Volcano (aka Tama), the highly anticipated second feature film from Eagle vs Shark writer/director Taika Waititi.
Ten put its best Jimmy Choo clad foot forward, while Seven skipped five years into the future with Desperate Housewives.
Gallery directors campaigning to raise a further £50m to save a second Titian painting for the nation have had significant donations and pledges of money, despite the recession.
TV series may be fiction, but British eccentric David Ogilvy did write the American way of selling says new book, The King of Madison Avenue.
It's the first show of Van Dycks in London for ten years, so why has Tate Britain so obviously missed a trick?
Even if Yves Saint Laurent had not run the House of Dior at 21, nor shaped women's fashion for 40 years, nor pioneered mass-market luxury, he would have been famous for his art collection.
Simon Callow is giving voice to the homeless in a theatrical event based on true-life testimonies - and it's a lot more complex than he thought.
There’s only 11 months to wait til curtains up on new Artistic Director Lindy Hume’s 2010 Sydney Festival. The final Eat, Drink, Art, Talk event for this year's festival was a Q&A between Lindy Hume and Melbourne International Arts Festival Artistic Director, Brett Sheehy. Arts Hub went along to find out more...
Romeo Castellucci is among those coming to London for Spill festival while Shunt Vaults and the Arcola Theatre also have shows.
The conventional wisdom is that the arts don't suffer during times of economic hardship because the need for escapism is greater than ever – and this is borne out by the latest statistics.
Black British actors who believe their talent is overlooked prepare to stage their own awards ceremony.
Britain's leading art galleries and museums, including Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert, will have to scale down their exhibition and expansion plans as recession threatens millions of pounds in business sponsorship.
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