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Adelaide Festival Centre’s Walk of Fame Promenade and Gala [Photos]

by Shell 20th Jan 2018 | 0 comments

Yesterday, Tim was in Adelaide, celebrating the brand new Walk of Fame promenade, overlooking the River Torrens and the reopening of Adelaide Festival Centre’s updated Festival Theatre.

Tim performed When I Grow Up, one of his new songs If This Plane Goes Down and to the delight of the audience I Still Call Australia Home with Todd McKenney who was hosting the event.

Adelaide Walk of Fame Promenade

Adelaide Walk of Fame Promenade


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Tim as Paul

The first episode of the new six-part comedy series Squinters, created by Adam Zwar and Trent O’Donnell, airs on Wednesday 7th February at 9pm on ABC and ABC iView.

The series tracks the lives and aspirations of five carloads of rush-hour commuters from Sydney’s western suburbs, as they drive to work together in the morning and return home again in the evening, finding out how their workdays went in the meantime.

Tim plays delivery driver Paul, who starts an eco-carpool with his secret crush Romi (Andrea Demetriades) from Marketing. She’s the woman of his dreams and she thinks he’s kinda cute but she’s a little wary of her new car-buddy…

The other commuters include: a single mum keen to avoid her teen daughter making the same mistakes in love, while juggling a new romance of her own; a clueless ex- school bully hitching a ride with the guy he tormented; best girlfriends whose friendship is tested when one becomes the other’s unlikely boss; and a middle-aged man grappling with a flighty boyfriend, a possible redundancy and a recalcitrant dog.


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Last night, Tim performed White Wine in the Sun, with Iain Grandage’s beautiful strings arrangement, on The Late Late Show with James Corden (guest host Bryan Cranston):

If this is still geo-blocked in Australia: you’ll find the full episode on Tenplay. Tim’s on at about 33:30.

As in previous years, all November, December and January profits from the sale of Tim’s much loved sentimental Christmas song, will go to The National Autistic Society.

There are two versions; the 2009 solo version and the 2012 studio version, with strings, french horn and more.

More details here.

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Tim’ll be performing White Wine in The Sun on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017.

The other guests on the show are actors Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black.

US:
CBS 12:37am/11:37pm c.
If you miss it or prefer to watch it later, the episode and clips should appear online here.

Australia:
The programme airs a day later on Channel ELEVEN with catch-up on Tenplay.

UK:
UPDATE: Unfortunately, unlike last time, Season 3 episodes are not available on Sky or Now TV a day later. 

As in previous years, all November, December and January profits from the sale of Tim’s much loved sentimental Christmas song, White Wine In The Sun, will go to The National Autistic Society. More details here.

To see Tim’s last appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, including ‘Donald: The Musical’ take a look here.

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Adelaide Festival ?Centre’s Walk of Fame Gala 2018

Tim will be performing at Adelaide Festival Centre’s Walk of Fame Gala in January, 2018. He joins an amazing star-studded line-up of artists, already honoured in starry form on the walkway, including: Paul Blackwell, Greta Bradman, Rhonda Burchmore, Beccy Cole, Peter Combe, Slava Grigoryan, Nancye Hayes, James Morrison, Garry Stewart’s Australian Dance Theatre and Niki Vasilakis, with the event hosted by the charismatic Todd McKenney.

There will be two concert extravaganzas on the 19th January at 1pm and 8pm.

Further information and Tickets can be found here.

The Walk of Fame Gala will celebrate the brand new Walk of Fame promenade, overlooking the River Torrens and the reopening of Adelaide Festival Centre’s updated Festival Theatre.

Photo by Toby Burrows

Photo by Toby Burrows

Tim says: “I’ve always loved Adelaide. From playing with Eddie Perfect at the Cabaret Festival, through shows in tents in the Garden of Unearthly Delights, to playing with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, to having Matilda the Musical play at Adelaide Festival Centre, I have always loved the gigs, the audiences, and the place. It’s a huge honour to be represented star-shaped in your pavement.” 

The prestigious Walk of Fame will initially include more than 130 names and will be extended annually. A full list can be seen here

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