2014 OzAsia Festival program revealed

Adelaide Festival Centre has unveiled the 2014 OzAsia Festival program, which celebrates Adelaide’s sister state, Shandong Province, China, featuring more than 140 performers from the region and putting the spotlight on ...

Melbourne’s magical musicals

Melbourne’s recently named East End Theatre District (the collective brand for the city’s heritage theatres) is thriving with every heritage theatre hosting a major musical theatre production for the first time in five y...

Suzie Howie honoured at Melbourne Arts Walk

Renowned theatrical producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh today unveiled a Melbourne Arts Walk plaque he generously purchased to honour publicist Suzie Howie for her contribution to the Melbourne theatre scene. Currently in Me...

Les Misérables

After much anticipation, the acclaimed new production of Boublil & Schönberg’s legendary Les Misérables, with glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, pre...

Angus Cerini wins 2014 Griffin Award

Melbourne-based playwright, Angus Cerini has been awarded the 2014 Griffin Award for his comedy-horror, The Bleeding Tree at a ceremony at the SBW Stables Theatre on Wednesday 25 June. Now in its 17th year, the Award rec...

2014 Miles Franklin Literary Award announced

Evie Wyld has been announced as the winner of the 2014 Miles Franklin Literary Award for her novel, All the Birds, Singing. Ms Wyld’s novel has been judged as being ‘of the highest literary merit’ and presents ‘Australia...