Here’s an early Christmas present.
It’s taken a while and there’s still quite a few things to be added (depending on if they survived the site crash a few years back) but the Gallery has finally been reinstated.
There’s currently a problem with showing cover images in the folders (hoping to rectify that problem by the end of the week)
Please note – some things still need to be added like City Homicide and The Henderson Kids. For those shows and The Doctor Blake Mysteries most of the photos that will be added will be stills, not episode gifs, etc (I’ll let Tumblr handle those ones).
Nadine will be starring in A Little Night Music for the Watch This Theatre Company. She will be playing the role of Desiree Armfeldt. The production will also star John O’May who starred in the Melbourne Theatre Company version in the 90’s.
Earlybird tickets are now on sale via The National Theatre website.
Source: Aussie Theatre
Last week’s edition of TV Week had a few pages dedicated to The Doctor Blake Mysteries, which I scanned. I’ve thrown them onto my Tumblr account whilst the site will be undertaking some maintenance.
UPDATE: This maintenance work has been pushed back to December. It’ll include the relaunch of the gallery finally.
Just a heads up, this site will be undertaking some maintenance later in the month.
When the maintenance takes place, it means the site will be down during this time.
I will also be updating the links page soon. Since there are a lot of Nadine fans out there, whether it be on Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, if you would like to be linked to this site, feel free to comment with your site link.
Nadine has joined the cast of the feature film ‘Celeste’, it started filming this week in Queensland.
Celeste, the latest feature from director Ben Hackworth (Corroboree), will start shooting next week in far north Queensland.
Radha Mitchell (Swinging Safari, Looking for Grace) leads the cast as the titular character, acting alongside Thomas Cocquerel (In Like Flynn, Billionaire Boys Club), Nadine Garner (The Book of Revelation) and Odessa Young (Assassination Nation, The Daughter). Continue reading
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Doctor Blake is Back!
The number one Australian drama finds a new home on Seven. (Credit Seven Network)
(29 October 2017) Channel Seven is thrilled to confirm it becomes the new home of number one Australian drama, THE DOCTOR BLAKE MYSTERIES, in 2018.
The return of the hit series will see much-loved stars Craig McLachlan (Blake) and Nadine Garner (Jean) back on our screens, as well as other familiar faces and some new players. Continue reading
Due to Di and Viv and Rose and the return of The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Nadine has been in the press of late.
- What’s On Melbourne (credit spiffyjellybean on Twitter for the scan)
- Till the Boys Come Home – just joined the production (credit Shakespeare Republic)
- There may be a future for Doctor Blake (credit News Limited)
- Doctor Blake returns – Our big secret (credit TV Week)
- Craig McLachlan discusses the fifth, very sexy, and possibly final series of Doctor Blake (credit Herald Sun)
The Doctor Blake Mysteries (Series Five) premieres in Australia tonight on ABC1 at 8:30pm.
The countdown is on until they film The Doctor Blake Mysteries Telemovie (last instalment at this stage of the television show). It will start filming in less than two weeks. So Nadine (and Belinda) will be doing double duty between this and their MTC Stage Production ‘Di and Viv and Rose’.
Credit: The Doctor Blake Mysteries Official Facebook Page
Nadine, Belinda and Mandy were on ABC Melbourne radio discussing ‘Di and Viv and Rose’ recently. The programme is also available to download via MTC’s site.
Credit: ABC and Melbourne Theatre Company
The Spectator has a feature on Nadine’s new play Di and Viv and Rose. As you will note the play will also star Belinda McClory who is in The Doctor Blake Mysteries with Nadine.
Three women who shared a flat as university freshers in 1983 and have maintained their friendship through the years are the subject matter of a play opening shortly at the Melbourne Theatre Company (Sumner, Southbank from 12 August). The play – Di and Viv and Rose – has been a success in London, first at Hampstead in 2015, then in the West End. The author is Amelia Bullmore, an actress and writer, whose performances will be known to television viewers of the police series Scott and Bailey; she played the detective superintendent with a drinking problem. The play examines the nature of personal alliances and their importance over time through changing circumstances. In the Telegraph, Charles Spencer described it as having a ‘mixture of warmth, humour and sadness that is very special indeed’. The play’s title is both obvious and difficult; the difficulty being in remembering which names and in what order, but it does tell us what to expect.
In Melbourne, Di and Viv and Rose will be directed by Marion Potts who has brought together an excellent trio of actors: Nadine Garner (the almost love interest housekeeper in the Doctor Blake Mysteries on ABC Television), Belinda McClory and Mandy McElhinney. This play is clearly not chick-lit put on stage; the male reviewers in London were certainly drawn in by the writing. Charles Spencer again: ‘It cuts deeply and asks hard questions’. The Guardian said it is ‘never sentimental’. With any luck, it will be seen in other cities.
Source: The Spectator