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Reg Evans, 81 year old veteran actor, died in the fire on Saturday.
Hard to think of it like this, but some of the most effective coverage of the fires has been created by non-traditional sources..
Moments before the commercial channel wheel out the competition, plucky summer funster SBS savours its success..
Hoyts Cinemas will donate $2 from every movie ticket sold this Sunday
15th February to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal fund.
Antony I. Ginnane analyses the world wide theatrical performance of “Australia”; compares its release and results in selected foreign territories and the US to “Happy Feet” and
Today we REALLY need a few jokes and a little innocence.
A feelgood musical about life not being worth a damn until you can shout "I am what I am" is a clear frontrunner in the race for the Laurence Olivier awards.
Across London yesterday shows were being cancelled by the hour amid concerns that the audience, the cast, or both, would not make it to the theatre by the time the curtain went up.
The Emoti-Chair, an audio-tactile device developed by Ryerson University, promises to ensure good vibrations for the hearing impaired by translating live music into mechanical responses.
Amanda Ghost, co-writer of James Blunt's You're Beautiful, has been named president of the label home to Michael Jackson, George Michael and Jennifer Lopez.
As Germany looks forward to the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall, city's international film festival is putting the spotlight on films made in East Germany and its former communist-bloc neighbours.
The American is revealed today as the UK's most borrowed author from libraries, coming top for the second year, after his books were taken out more than 1.5m times between July 2007 and June 2008.
French president Nicolas Sarkozy yesterday bestowed the title of knight of France's prestigious Legion of Honour on the Harry Potter author at a ceremony in the Elysée presidential palace.
Film based on memoir of the author is announced, but no casting decisions yet made.
Knut Hamsun, the Nobel prize-winning Norwegian author who fell from grace for supporting the Nazi occupation of Norway, is to be put on a commemorative coin by his homeland's central bank.
Harvey Pekar, author of American Splendor, has written his first opera.
The Mumbai shanty town featured in the film Slumdog Millionaire offers a better model than does western architecture for ways to house a booming urban population in the developing world, Prince Charles said yesterday.
Museum attendants should be stopped from "shushing" children and displays should be hung low enough for youngsters to see properly, according to a manifesto to make museums more family-friendly published today.
The hall of fame, representing Shakespeare's status as one of the world's most read and performed authors, will embrace performers, directors and artists inspired by him and those who championed his work.
A stunning Monet oil painting of his wife Camille reading in a rich meadow sold for well below its estimate last night, providing a critical clue to the state of the art market in the recession.
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