Under the LPA Ticketing Code, opportunity must be provided for LPA members and members of the public to make oral submissions to the Triennial Code Review. The Code Reviewer is available to hear oral submissions in Melbourne on Friday 6 May, 3pm - 5pm (EST)
The 2011 Helpmann Awards® will be held on Monday 1 August.
The submission period for the LPA Ticketing Code Triennial Review opens today, Wednesday 23 March 2011, and runs until Friday 6 May 2011 5pm (EST).
The Code Review is open to the public.
The 2009-2010 LPA Annual Report is now available. This report contains information about our activities and achievements throughout the year and our financials for the 2009-2010 financial year.
Live Performance Australia [LPA], today released its Ticket Attendance & Revenue Survey 2009, which for the first time includes State-based breakdowns of sales and two new categories; Comedy and Circus & Physical Theatre.
Endorsed by the Australian Performing Arts Centres Association (APACA), The Australian Major Performing Arts Group (AMPAG) and Live Performance Australia (LPA).
Live Performance Australia (LPA) today announced the List of Nominations in each of the 42 categories for the 2010 Helpmann Awards®. The announcement was made concurrently at the Sydney Opera House, and at the Arts Centre, Melbourne.
Additionally, the LPA announced that Tony Gould AM and Brian Nebenzahl OAM RFD are the recipients of the prestigious JC Williamson Award™. This Award recognises an extraordinary contribution by distinguished members of the live entertainment industry, and will be presented at the Helpmann Awards®.
Kathryn Sadler, Chair of the Brian Stacey Memorial Trust announced that Burhan Güner is the winner of the Brian Stacey Award for Emerging Australian Conductors, and presented Burhan with a $7,000 prize. Burhan Güner is the 14th recipient of this award.
Live Performance Australia recently launched its first benchmarking study on the Size & Scope of the Live Entertainment Industry 2010 by Ernst & Young.
The Study finds that the industry generated revenues of $1.88 billion in 2008 and contributed $1.1 billion to the Australian economy making it larger than film and video production, sports and physical recreation, book publishing and horse and dog racing.
In 2010, the Helpmann Awards® will celebrate its 10th year with lively celebrations, recognising excellence and achievement in Australian live performance, to be held at the Sydney Opera House on Monday, 6 September 2010. A new award for Best Cabaret Performer is also announced.
The 2008-09 LPA Annual Report is now available, containing information about our activities and achievements throughout the year.