This week Sacha Baron Cohen, Conchita Wurst, Julia Zemiro, Matt Preston are all booked to appear on The Project.
Pete Helliar speaks with actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen about his outrageous new film, Grimsby, which also stars Rebel Wilson. Best known for his satirical characters Ali G, Kazakh reporter Borat and Austrian fashionista Bruno, Sacha is ready to unveil his latest fictional alter-ago, an English beer-drinking soccer fan, Norman “Nobby” Butcher, when Grimsby opens in cinemas around the country on 10 March.
Conchita Wurst, winner of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, is back in the country just in time for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. For one night only, Conchita joins forces with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra with her brand new show, Conchita: From Vienna With Love.
We catch up with Julia Zemiro who drops by to tell us about the Spectrum Now Festival, which opens in Sydney on Thursday. Now in its second year, the festival celebrates a vibrant program of unique collaborations in contemporary art, music, stage, talks and design attracting international and local artists.
MasterChef Australia judge and food critic Matt Preston joins us at the desk to preview the Melbourne Food And Wine Festival, which opens on Friday. The 17-day festival boasts a diverse program of unforgettable events and attracts over 250,000 visitors each year.
Plus Steve Price, Fifi Box, Gretel Killeen, Hugh Riminton, Liz Ellis, Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann, Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie are with us across the week.
The Project airs 6:30pm weeknights on Ten