The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is deadly serious about developing the art of comedy all across the country and in 2007 is thrilled to announce a new initiative - the inaugural Deadly Funny ATSI Comedy Competition.

Entries are now open for the 2007 Griffin Award, the annual $5000 cash prize offered for the most outstanding new work submitted to the company throughout the year.

The 2007 Castlemaine State Festival, Victoria’s finest regional multi arts event, is presenting its most impressive program to date and in a first, announces it is going ‘carbon neutral’

The Melbourne Fringe Festival is looking for more venues across greater Melbourne for the 2007 Festival

Fringe Benefits members will be among the first in Adelaide to party at the Garden of Unearthly Delights’ newest venue, SoCo Cargo. Hidden inside four steel shipping containers, SoCo Cargo is destined to become a favorite among Fringe punters seeking extreme late night grooves.

On Tuesday March 20 at 7.00 pm the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) hosts the debut of Melbourne's newest  string quartet, the Hamer Quartet.

Over 500 performing and visual artists from around the world and across Australia come together in Melbourne in March to celebrate the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships with a spectacular free outdoor festival.

The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) is pleased to announce the appointments of Ian Munro (pianist and composer), Howard Penny (cello) and William Hennessy to the artistic team.

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