Star of stage and screen, and pop icon Christine Anu will be doing a double take on the night of the Deadlys when she makes her way from the Dame Joan Sutherland Theatre to the Concert Hall stage to perform ‘Bali Hai’ from ‘South Pacific’.
The 2013 Deadly Awards will pay tribute to the late Dr Yunupingu – a Gumatj man, Yolngu man, Yothu Yindi lead singer and former Australian of the Year, who passed at his home in the Northern Territory earlier this year.
Designer Kerri Kenton is gearing up for this year’s Deadly Dressed competition after her 2012 success of winning the top award in the Professional category.
The Sydney Opera House will reverberate with the soul, gospel and storytelling of a headline performance at the 2013 Deadlys by iconic Indigenous singer/songwriter Archie Roach, backed by a 20 piece gospel choir.
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Three of Australia’s top Indigenous comedians will open the Deadlys show at the Sydney Opera House on 10 September.
What a show! Deadlys organisers are tipping this year’s Deadlys Award’s night to be one of the best yet with a tribute to the late Dr Yunupingu by a stellar ensemble cast and performances by Jessica Mauboy, Christine Anu and the legendary Archie Roach who will perform ‘Song to Sing’ with the all-star backing of a gospel-like choir.
How would you like to win a Deadly? Well you can! Deadly Vibe Group will be running the Deadly Dressed competition at this year’s Deadly Awards to be held at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday 10 September 2013.
Stars of stage and screen, Luke Carroll and Casey Donovan will return to host the Deadlys in 2013. Casey and Luke hosted a successful Deadlys in 2012 and are excited by the Deadlys show being planned by organisers, tipped to be the best yet.
ABC TV’s gripping, award-winning drama Redfern Now is a multiple finalist across the acting and television categories in the 2013 Deadly Awards, with award-winning director Ivan Sen’s Mystery Road and Satellite Boy starring the iconic David Gulpilil.