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On March 11th, 2009, the government of New Zealand secretly sold TVNZ, its public broadcaster, to SBS, the Australian government owned national multicultural broadcasting network.
When will Nine announce that all other programs have been shelved so they can play Two and a Half Men 24-7?
Elbow - appearing at The Tivoli - is a lyrical mix, telling a story and reaching out with their ambient mood, created by every member of the band, multi-tasking musicians who seemed to be all ‘having a go’ to create the whole.
Metamorphosis at Theatre Royal, adapted for the stage from Franz Kafka’s now classic tale of alienation, and Lizzie’s son has just morphed into a monstrous bug.
The V Festival's, Kaiser Chiefs line up comprises of Andrew White on guitar, Peanut on Keyboards, Nick Hodgson on drums,Simon Rix on bass and the cheeky Ricky Wilson doing vocals.
Three Dog Night at the Adelaide Festival Centre, draws on the fallibility of human nature when faced with the conflict of moral obligation.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's So You Think You Can Cow is one of those post-modern comedy shows that requires you: A.) Have Balls or B.) Be willing to check them with the nearest door person and hide quivering in the far back corner of the theatre.
Steve Coogan could be considered old school in his humour, his characters are crass, sexist under-achievers who are often totally unaware of their own failings and think of themselves as superior beings.
The premise of The Second Coming is that humanity has got it all wrong and an irate God has sent junior to sort out the mess, demanding a third testament penned by humanity ourselves or else – judgement day.
A classic Western loner hero, Django, with a heart tempered in the furnace of lost love and regret reaps his unrequitable vengeance on all who dare to cross him, even a little bit.
Lulu und Jimi - shown during the German Film Festival - is set in the idyllic town of Schweinfurt, Bavaria in the late 1950’s. Amidst the rock and roll music, sexual repression and convertibles of a more simple time; Jimi (Ray Feardon), an itinerant carousel worker, and Lulu (Jennifer Decker), the daughter of a bankrupt businessman, fall desperately in love.
Thanapoom Sirichang, the Thai-born and Tasmanian-trained composer overcomes all those things in his chamber opera The Lunch Box. at Ten Days On The Island.
Stuart Devenie, in Hatch as the main character, gives a wonderful performance. Clearly he is an experienced and skilled practitioner.
For just over an hour, we journey into the lives of Bernie, Danny, Joan and Deborah in Sexual Perversity in Chicago at this year's Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is set to hit the streets on April 26, and the level of local interest and engagement has seen the festival develop a fervent following in its ten year history according to organizers Artistic Director Michael Tortoni and Program Director Sophie Brous.
Some works emerge, small but perfectly formed, from the pen of a single writer. But what of the group-devised performance piece? Ellie Court reports on the gestation of a fresh Tasmanian production that opens this week in Hobart.
As so often seems to happen in my life, I find myself looking back on things I’ve said in the past and cringing at my own inane lack of self-awareness. No sooner have I proclaimed something to be absolutely true, than life seems to prove to me that actually, the opposite is true.
Australia’s most lucrative performing arts awards celebrates its 25th anniversary. Archie Roach, Ruby Hunter, Big hART and Paul Petran recipients of the 2008 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is delighted to announce that the two winners of the 2009 Tom Malone Prize for contemporary glass artists are Charles Butcher and Cobi Cockburn.
Brisbane Queer Film Festival turns 10.
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