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Le Poulet Terrible's production of The Doctor (in spite of himself) showing as part of The Melbourne International Comedy festival, attempts to modernize Moliere's French play by placing its story into the contemporary setting of Melbourne’s working class suburb of Footscray.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Comedy Manifestival made it so that in just under three hours, the packed house enjoyed a smorgasbord of comedy, as 14 up and coming comedians had five minutes each to strut their stuff and promote their shows at the festival.
The conveners of Catherine Woodfield’s Bella Union Enterprises have certainly released a highly original talent on this 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Festival opening night.
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.
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.
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.
The German Film Festival's Krabat is narrated by a voice which has the colour and feel of a person having lived a long and wise life, reminiscent of storybook inspired films which I watched in my childhood, and just enough of a rasp in the voice which has a spine chilling vide.
THE AUSTRALIAN: EVERY mainland capital has an exposition of books, films or performances that is called a festival, or a multi-theatre venue called an arts centre. It's as if imagination and daring are left at the threshold when it comes to naming sites of creativity.
Painter Dagmar Cyrulla of Kensington has taken out the $3000 major prize for the best exhibit in the 2009 Williamstown Festival Contemporary Art Prize. She was one of 106 artists short-listed to exhibit from a record number of entries received from across Australia.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Hypnolarious by PiP Comic Illusionist, had all the promise of a great night.
The Other Side a film by celebrated Portuguese director Luis Filipe Rocha which has its Australian debut tonight at Melbourne’s Australian Centre Of Moving Images(ACMI) as part of the current Melbourne Queer Film Festival is a beautifully realised exploration of love, loss and the power of redemption.
Suddenly featured in the Somerville Film Festival this year, is a rather beautifully made film where the music is revelatory.
In Anatomy a trio of documentaries for the Melbourne Queer Film Festival, each episode of the trilogy, authored by a different director, showcases the work of three of Australia’s talented new generation of documentary filmmakers and will be on view at Melbourne’s celebrated ‘Australian Centre of Moving Images’ (ACMI)
Australia’s only Contemporary Fiction Festival opens its arms to popular genre writers and exciting new media practitioners as well as award-winning literary authors on Sunday April 5 at the NSW Writers’ Centre, co-presented by the UTS Centre for New Writing.
Performing to a sell out crowd at the Queens Arms Hotel in Wright Street, in the heart of the city, the Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Chillie Files', three 'chillies' are just electrifying.
John Wood presents a superb performance of Monk in A Stretch of the Imagination at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Adam Hills in Infalted for the Adelaide Fringe Festival, at the Thebarton theatre in Torrensville, is an absolute must see for anyone, young or old.
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