Rewind to February 2001 when we talk to Mystery Road star Aaron Pedersen about his then role as Senior Constable Michael Reilly on Water Rats and being one of the only Aboriginal people in a mainstream television role
The life of a muso isn’t all gigs, parties and wild studio sessions
Proud Wiradjuri man Luke Carroll has graced the pages of Deadly Vibe many times during his career
Deadly Vibe is again talking to the beautiful Leah, only now she’s not a rising star, she has arrived and is considered by many to be a matriarch of Australia’s performing arts.
Acclaimed actor, writer and producer, Tony Briggs is the proud recipient of the 2013 Artist of the Year NAIDOC Award.
Aunty Kath Walker is a woman who was dedicated to the continuation of Indigenous culture
Singer Goori Knox has plenty to celebrate lately, having recently finished a gig for the opening of the Pink
Bangarra Dance Theatre has assembled an all-women choreographic team and will be showcasing their performance
The Deadlys Comedy Gala was a roaring success at the Deadly Awards with some of the deadliest stand-up comedians Australia has to offer
‘This Fella, My Memory’ is an emotionally-charged stage production that is a celebration of older Aboriginal women
Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton has just returned from the Australian Youth Orchestra’s tour of Europe
Elcho Island’s Chooky Dancers are taking some time out of their busy tour schedule to perform at this year’s Boomerang Festival in Byron Bay.
The breathtaking Kinship performance tour by award-winning choreographer Stephen Page will be touring Victoria this month and Hobart in September
Move It Mob Style Series 3 was launched yesterday, kicking off a new season for the popular dance-based youth, health and fitness TV show
Move It Mob Style is back by popular demand for a third deadly season
Circus Oz is travelling to remote Arnhem Land communities for free community performances and with them will be Murri man Mark Sheppard.
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