A PHOTOGRAPHIC who’s who of 20th-century American culture by celebrated photographer Richard Avedon, along with his portraits capturing ordinary people, will be on show at the Ian Potter Museum of Art from December 6.
Harriett Littlesmith reckons she comes from one of the most maligned groups in the country. True or not, it didn't stop the comedian and impressionist taking out the national 2014 Mo Award for comedy act of the year.
With a career spanning more than 40 years, Devonport trombone player Nigel Elliott has both entertained and inspired many. Recognised as senior trombone champion at this year’s Tasmanian Bands League Championships, the former music teacher has been a regular on the competition circuit for years.
FOR someone with as much entertainment kudos behind her as Toni Lamond, you wouldn’t think another award would mean a lot. But far from it. The cabaret singer, stage and television actor and comedian, hasn’t stopped smiling since learning she was to be honoured with the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award by Actors Equity.
MANY older people say they take each day at a time, but for 88-year-old Pat Boggs it can mean deciding whether to fly to Spain to see a relative play rugby or accept an invitation from a leading theatre producer to see a show in London.