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The People's Republic of Animation returns once more to the theme of hunted pets, though the intent here is musical rather than culinary. This time they make Nick Cave an attractive Proposition and sc
Australians in Film, the organisation for expatriate screen Australians, has created the Heath Ledger Scholarship. First recipient, actor Oliver Ackland, has been plunged into another world, as descri
Barbie Thumbelina beat Carry On England.
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
The first production for Foxtel out of Sarah Murdoch's Room 329 Productions will be a four part documentary, about the Pride of Australia Awards. Funny thing about the Pride of Australia Awards…
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.
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.
Experimental Arts Foundation's Socially Disorganised shows a man dancing down a small sidewalk street market, to a chirpy little tune. He walks up to another man and knocks his bun into the air and you brace for conflict. But the other man just joins the dance and off they go.
The La Mama Theatre: The Feast of Argentina Gina Catalina is another outrageous production by Finucane and Smith. It brings together the senses and the sensual and takes the audience on a whirlwind journey across the seasons and into the depths of passion, purity and saucy outfits.
This is the final week of Seymour Centre's most exciting season of Short + Sweet Dance with some brilliant works and some rather flat, disappointing pieces.
In the cosy, enclosed space of Darlinghurst’s TAP Gallery Theatre, where the front row sit so close to the action they could trip the actors with a well-placed foot, Educating Rita sees a fiercely intimate relationship unfold between a teacher and his student.
Everyone knows about Oscar Wilde's legendary wit, and there's plenty of it to enjoy in Darlinghurst Theatre Company's Lady Windermere's Fan – but that's not all there is to it.
Perth International Arts Festival's The Matchmaker which had an incarnation as a musical Hello Dolly in 1955, is an old-fashioned play about the challenges of love, sexuality and personal fulfillment in the rural, religious and political environment of Ireland.
Ça Va? at this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival is more than just a beautiful, feisty, smart, funny, talented French maid who can sing.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Being Rich is a hilariously funny show at Sugar nightclub in the heart of Adelaide’s East End.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Dirty Brothers in The Dark Party are bizare and intriguing. So go on, be brave and see it!
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Pie Charts and Panties is an aptly named, two part Adelaide Fringe Festival show. Pie Charts and Panties juxtaposes the mediocrity of administration against the flair and flamboyance of French burlesque, expressing it all through dance and physical theatre.
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.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Dances of India sees the VasantaMala Indian Dance Troupe take centre stage. The troupe was founded by VasantaMala who was the first Japanese woman to bring Indian Dance into Japan.
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