Chris Ahern in Perched

When you think Woodford Folk Festival, you think music. But the 30 year old festival is a whole lot more than that.

Arj Barker

To the uninitiated, (though quite frankly, where have you been?) US stand-up, Arj Barker, is touted as Australia’s favourite adopted comedic son and household name.

Juliette Burton

To achieve a sold-out season and a chorus of rave reviews at the big daddy of all festivals – The Edinburgh Fringe – you have to be doing something right. One person who has just done exactly that is UK actor, writer and performer Juliette Burton.

Ian Michael

Ian Michael knows the importance of telling one’s own stories. He is a proud Noongar man whose recent show HART opened on the 2nd of February in New Zealand at the Basement Theatre in Auckland.

The Lysicrates Prize

The Lysicrates Prize, now in its second year, is the brainchild of Sydney philanthropists, John and Patricia Azarias. It invokes an ancient Greek tradition from the Festival of Dionysos: the audience watches the first act of three shortlisted plays and votes to choose the winner.

fiddler
A sneak peek from the Melbourne Season of Fiddler On The Roof starring Anthony Warlow.

Illuminations

Perth’s FringeWorld runs amok with random presentations across and between genres and artforms, serious and silly, at all levels of ability and professionalism.

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Darcy Oliver hits the red carpet World Premiere of Georgy Girl The Musical celebrating the career of hit Australian band – The Seekers.

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