Michael Griffiths channels Kylie Minogue in this disco-fuelled cabaret.
Swinging Safari is a fantastic throwback that perfectly captures the delights and the dirtiness of 1970’s suburban/beach Australia
The film provides a truly A-list Australian cast, from international pop-princess, Kylie Minogue (sporting a horrendous bowl cut), to an almost orange Guy Pearce, all who needed zero convincing to take part in this comedic Australian romp through the seventies
A coffee-table book that focusses on the seminal moments of the fashion industry, when something wholly new, iconic and unexpected appeared.
Since she became a mega-star on Neighbours in 1986, singer and actress Kylie Minogue has captivated audiences.
Get set for a Thai experience in Adelaide like no other when the amazing Thai Ladyboy Superstars Cabaret hits town
Get your gold hot pants, glitter and party shoes ready – Kylie lovers you won’t want to miss this ode to the pop icon herself, when pop up bar ‘Bar Kylie’ pops into town.
She’s the pop princess that Australian’s just can’t seem to get enough of, and on Tuesday night Adelaide was given a massive kiss from Kylie in a magnificent show that proves that she’s still on top of her game.
Kylie Minogue, Guy Pearce, Jason Donovan And More Celebrate 30th Anniversary.
Sassy, full of brass and oozing class, Rhonda Burchmore ditches the nice girl image for a night of salacious wickedness...
What a night it was for the 25th anniversary of Australian music’s night of nights – the ARIA Awards. Winners Gotye, Boy & Bear, Cut Copy, Guy Sebastian; performers Delta Goodrem, Art vs Science and Kimbra, and Hall of Fame inductees Kylie Minogue and The Wiggles truly dazzled. And they were just some of the highlights.
With less than a week until the Australian music industry gathers to rock Allphones Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, on Sunday, 27 November for the 2011 ARIA Awards, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) have announced more performers and presenters.
For 2011, ARIA is proud to announce the impending induction of two true icons of the Australian music industry – Kylie Minogue and The Wiggles.
2006 saw Spank Rock unleash his debut release, the seminal electro-rap album YoYoYoYoYo with production partner Alex ‘XXXchange’ Epton and DJs Chris Devlin & Ronnie Darko. Hailed by Pitchfork magazine as ‘one of the most precise and brilliantly produced albums of the year’, the success saw Spank Rock invited on tour alongside many a big name, from Beck to Björk to the Beastie Boys.
Australia’s own Impossible Princess brought to Adelaide a show that will be impossible to top. The Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour, a $25 million production, was a feast for the senses; a lavish, over-the-top spectacle that screams for a Las Vegas residency.