2 September

John Campbell’s day on the set of Outrageous Fortune

Campbell Live was on set to shoot John Campbell’s Outrageous Fortune series six cameo appearance this week. Check out the video here.

1 September

Outrageous Fortune supports Loud Shirt Day

Friday September 18th is Loud Shirt Day, an annual fundraiser to help deaf and hearing-impaired Kiwi kids.

This week, seven unique shirts are up for grabs on TradeMe to support the cause. And we’ve thrown two t-shirts worn by Cheryl West on Outrageous Fortune into the mix! One of these is the gold and black Keith Matheson shirt Cheryl wore during her infamous catfight with Sheree. That t-shirt is on TradeMe HERE.

There are also t-shirts signed by Rhys Darby and Alice Cooper.

For more details about Loud Shirt Day, visit www.loudshirtday.co.nz

31 August

Outrageous Fortune stars in Metro Magazine

Six of your favourite Outrageous Fortune stars bare all on the cover of this month’s METRO magazine. And there’s even more inside! Look out for a star-studded tribute to New Zealand film, featuring more of the Outrageous Fortune cast. Get your copy today!


26 August

Craig Hall in the upcoming play, KILLER JOE:

Ansel Film PosterOutrageous Fortune‘s Craig Hall (plays Nicky Greegan) stars alongside Sara Wiseman (played Danielle), Beth Allen (Shortland Street), Charlie McDermott and Colin Moy in the upcoming play, KILLER JOE.

The play is by Tracy Letts and runs from Friday September 11th through to Saturday October 3rd at The Basement Theatre, Auckland.

Move over True Blood: the real trailer trash are coming to town. Heads roll, shatter and blow in KILLER JOE, the savagely funny, pitch-black comedy by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright Tracy Letts, making its New Zealand debut.

Tickets: Preview: $20, Adults: $30, Concessions: $25, Actors Equity: $20.
Bookings through iticket – www.iticket.co.nz, or 09 361 1000. Door sales available on the night.

Further information: The Basement website.

19 August

Antonia Prebble on bFM

Antonia Prebble was recently interviewed on bFM by Peter Urlich. Listen here.