The AU Review Kat Czornij July 28, 2015 The best and brightest of the Australian Arts scene were dressed for the nines tonight as into the glorious foyer of Sydney’s Capitol Theatre they strolled. Yes, it is that time of the year again, the time when we honour and celebrate the incredible talents of our […]
The Australian Ashleigh Wilson, Matthew Westwood July 28, 2015 Kate Miller-Heidke’s ascendancy in the opera world gathered pace last night as her genre-bending show The Rabbits stood tall at the Helpmann Awards in Sydney. The Rabbits, a joint effort led by Opera Australia and Perth’s Barking Gecko Theatre Company, won all four awards for which […]
The Daily Telegraph Chris Hook July 28, 2015 SHE broke our hearts as the tragic Eponine and now Les Miserables debutante Kerrie Anne Greenland has broken through, scoring a Helpmann Award for her extraordinary on-stage efforts. The 2012 Western Australian Academy Of Performing Arts graduate, currently making her professional debut in Les Miserables, took out […]
Stage Whispers July 27, 2015 The 2015 Helpmann Awards were presented at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre on Monday 27 July, on the set of Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of Les Misérables, in a ceremony hosted by Todd McKenney. Les Misérables, The Perth International Festival, and the Brisbane Baroque Festival were the big winners of the 2015 Helpmann […]
SMH Louise Rugendyke July 27, 2015 He was at the centre of a cultural spat over “bogans and third-generation morons”, but Leo Schofield had the last laugh at the Helpmann Awards, with an opera from his Brisbane Baroque festival beating Opera Australia to the coveted best opera award. Faramondo – which won five awards on Monday night, […]
Congratulations to Hugo for the Helpmann Award for his acclaimed run as Hamm in STC’s Endgame!
Congratulations to Hugo on the Best Actor-Supporting Role FCCA Award for The Turning, and to the Mystery Road team on the Best Film (shared with The Rocket), Best Director (Ivan Sen) & Best Actor (Aaron Pedersen) awards (Film Critics Circle of Australia)
Mystery Road wins big at the Australian Film Critics Association Awards on March 1, including Best Supporting Actor for Hugo Weaving as Johnno – see all here.