Entertainment

Ikea kidnapping brings laughs at Scandinavian Film Festival

AN uproarious Norwegian film about an older man who sets out to kidnap the founder of Ikea will open the 2015 Scandinavian Film Festival playing in in July.

Grace Knight to sing up a storm at the Hawthorne Arts Centre

Grace Knight of Eurogliders fame is performing in Hawthorn as part of her Australian tour on July 15.

Songs capture unique insight of life on missions

The journey of Indigenous music is being explored as part of the Mission Songs Project.

Ursula plays Granny Weatherwax in stage adaptation of Terry Pratchett novel

Actress Ursula Johnson (87) is paying tribute to the late Terry Pratchett this July by appearing in ARENAarts’ stage adaptation of Maskerade, one of his popular Discworld novels. 

Beyond Miserables concert raises money for beyondblue

The Australian cast of Cameron Mackintosh's new production of Les Miserables will perform a charity concert to raise funds for beyondblue

Indigenous art exhibition explores Woorabinda culture

A new exhibition of art and craft works by the women of Woorabinda is now open in kuril dhagun at the State Library of Queensland.

To the desert our artists come

ROCKER like no other Jimmy Barnes will headline the third annual Birdsville Big Red Bash – a one-of-a-kind two-day desert music festival on July 5-6.

Babe is back

LA LA LA… the pig who thought he was a sheep dog is back, this time live in concert with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

What happens when love comes back to haunt us?

The Black Swan State Theatre Company is presenting Noël Coward’s  comedy Blithe Spirit in the Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Centre of WA from Saturday July 18 to Sunday 9 August 2015. 

The hills are alive with announcement of Sound of Music cast

The cast for the 2015/16 Australian tour of the world's favourite musical The Sound of Music has been announced.