Entertainment

Jun02

Ash Flanders: Special Victim returns for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival

POSTED ON // Tuesday, 02 June 2015 Written by // Peter Burdon

Ash Flanders: Special Victim returns for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Ash Flanders’s Feast 2013 triumph Special Victim returns to Adelaide in the Cabaret Festival. He spoke to Peter Burdon.

Jun02

Enoch announced as new artistic director of Sydney Festival

POSTED ON // Tuesday, 02 June 2015 Written by // Ron Hughes

Enoch announced as new artistic director of Sydney Festival

Sydney Festival has announced Wesley Enoch as the incoming Festival Director for a three-year tenure from 2017-2019.

Jun01

Julia Zemiro interviews Ian Thorpe for season three of Home and Delivery

POSTED ON // Monday, 01 June 2015

Julia Zemiro interviews Ian Thorpe for season three of Home and Delivery

Ian Thorpe's first interview since coming out will air on Julia Zemiro's program Home and Delivery this week.

Jun01

Annie Leibovitz to photograph Bruce Jenner as a woman for Vanity Fair cover

POSTED ON // Monday, 01 June 2015 Written by // Sabine Brix

Annie Leibovitz to photograph Bruce Jenner as a woman for Vanity Fair cover

Bruce Jenner will appear as a woman on the cover of an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair since first publicly coming out as transgender.

May31

Florence & the Machine return with new album and Australian tour

POSTED ON // Sunday, 31 May 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Florence & the Machine return with new album and Australian tour

One of the most defining indie outfits of the past decade, Florence + The Machine have just dropped their highly-anticipated third album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. What’s more, they’re set to return to our shores, writes Garrett Bithell.

May30

Review: The Merchant of Venice

POSTED ON // Saturday, 30 May 2015 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: The Merchant of Venice

Set between the wars in no specific country, Sport for Jove’s (SPJ) Merchant of Venice, manages to pull off the tricky balancing act that is making the play entertaining while not endorsing the hateful attitudes of the characters.

May29

Bring a Plate to the Emerging Writers Festival

POSTED ON // Friday, 29 May 2015 Written by // James Findlay

Bring a Plate to the Emerging Writers Festival

The rise of modern technology is giving more and more people the opportunity to have their voice heard. This can have its downfalls, but in the case of podcast Bring a Plate, it's good thing, and as a result they've been asked to record their podcast live for the Emerging Writers Festival in Melbourne next week.

May28

Paulini to perform for HIV Testing Week

POSTED ON // Thursday, 28 May 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Paulini to perform for HIV Testing Week

Following the release of her new album Come Alive on Friday, May 29, Paulini will perform a series of gigs around New South Wales as part of HIV Testing Week.

May28

Introducing 'Blackmarket': a highly immersive live art experiment

POSTED ON // Thursday, 28 May 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Introducing 'Blackmarket': a highly immersive live art experiment

Do you think you could build a shelter out of cardboard? Are you able to sleep during a riot or outrun a violent mob? Blackmarket lays down the challenge.

May28

The Australian Ballet's 'The Dream' is coming

POSTED ON // Thursday, 28 May 2015 Written by // Garrett Bithell

The Australian Ballet's 'The Dream' is coming

Celebrating the life and legacy of one of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, The Australian Ballet will next present The Dream: a triple bill of works by master choreographer Frederick Ashton, playing June 4 – 13 at Arts Centre Melbourne, and then July 8 – 9 at Adelaide Festival Centre.