Review: John Waters: Make Trouble, Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House, Tuesday 15 October By Star Observer contributor RICHIE BLACK The Star Observer wishes to endorse …
The National Indigenous Arts Awards help to recognise the centrality of First Nations artists to Australian culture.
“The peak of the dance parties occurred in the late eighties and early nineties when a kind of dance craze swept through Sydney like a fever… now, it’s settled down.”
The Divine Miss Bette will see Catherine Alcorn take audiences on a thrilling roller coaster ride back to the Palace Theatre in New York, 1973.
“Everyone living in a country where LGBT rights are off the public agenda is a hero to me.”
The government has previously allowed far-right figures such as Lauren Southern and Milo Yiannopoulos to tour the country.
Dannii Minogue performed at the event celebrating the release of the Mardi Gras program.
Never has Griffin been more motivated to deliver the most envelope-pushing, most hilarious comedy to the world.