Dame Edna Everage, Sam Attwater & Anna Williamson star in New Wimbledon Theatre's Panto DICK WHITTINGTON
First Family Entertainment and New Wimbledon Theatre are delighted to announce SAM ATTWATER and ANNA WILLIAMSON join DAME EDNA EVERAGE i...
David Hockney RA: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life | Exhibition | Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts, located in the heart of London, is a place where art is made, exhibited and debated.
Miss Universe Australia to wear Dame Edna inspired national costume
Miss Universe Australia Monika Radulovic will channel her inner drag queen in a Dame Edna inspired national costume at Donald Trump’s International Miss Universe Final
Dame Edna’s alter ego: Sir Les Patterson and the Chinese Year of the Trouser Snake
The “Aussie Ubu” The legendary Australian comedian Barry Humphries is a satirist whose subject is the monstrosity of decent middle-class people. Though I love his most famous character, Dame Edna, my favorite will always be the superlatively obscene Sir Les Patterson, who claims to be Australia’s cultural attaché to the Far East. From his loose, drooling grin to his loud, puke-stained clothes, everything about Les is repulsive. John Lahr’s page-turner, Dame Edna Everage and the Rise of…
Tim Storrier wins Archibald Packing Room Prize with portrait of Sir Les Patterson
The packers have spoken for the 23rd time and this year declared Tim Storrier's portrait of Sir Les Patterson as their favourite entry for the 2014 Archibald Prize. Storrier won the Archibald in 2012 for a faceless self-portrait.
Back With A Vengeance, Barry Humphries - Australian Comedy
If you're a fan of 'political correctness', you might feel slightly uncomfortable in Barry Humphries' latest stage production, Back with a Vengeance.
Barry Humphries, whose alter egos include inebriated cultural attaché, the Honorable Sir Les Patterson, the grandfatherly Sandy Stone, and Moonee Ponds' legendary housewife, Dame Edna Everage, comes to Edinburgh as part of a Farewell World tour. Barry Humphries Farewell Tour: Eat, Pray, Laugh | Festival Theatre | Tue 5 to Sat 9 November 2013 www.edtheatres.com/barryhumphries
Sometimes the Protagonist Is Masochistic, Sometimes the Audience Is (GO!)
When Zayd Dohrn's Reborning at the Fountain Theatre gets something right, it gets it so right that you may be left in a state of disorientation. That something is the gulf of incomprehension between Daizy and Kelly (Ryan Doucette and Joanna Strapp), an entrepreneurial couple not long out of art...
Barry Humphries - live review
Brian Donaldson delivers his verdict on a madcap show from Barry Humphries at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh – as part of the comic’s colossal farewell tour. After more than 50 years in show business, Barry Humphries is calling it a...