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The Annual Helpmann Awards ceremony feature some of Australia's most talented and celebrated performers.\r\nThe Annual Helpmann Awards ceremony feature some of Australia's most talented and celebrated performers. 2019 Nominees and Winners | Helpmann Awards Live Performance Australia presents\r\nThe Annual Helpmann Awards ceremony feature some of Australia's most talented and celebrated performers.\r\nHelpmann Awards 2019 | 14 & 15 Jul Arts Centre Melbourne. Loading... Unsubscribe from Arts Centre Melbourne? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working ... 'Quiet' at the Helpmann Awards - Duration: 4:16. Matilda the Musical Fan Zone 101,799 views. 4:16. Homekilling Queen (2019) ...\r\nAct 1 of the Helpmann Awards were announced in Melbourne on Sunday night ahead of the main event tonight (Monday, 15 July 2019). The Helpmann Awards were established in 2001 by Live Performance Australia (LPA). Chief Executive of LPA,Evelyn Richardson said “We are delighted this year to present\r\nThe prestigious 19th annual Helpmann Awards from the Arts Centre Melbourne, hosted by Susie Youssef and Mitchell Butel with special guest presenters Paul Kelly, Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall.\r\nThe first 20 winners at the 19th Annual Helpmann Awards were announced tonight, with Counting and Cracking taking home four awards. For the first time since the foundation of the Helpmann Awards in 2001 by Live Performance Australia, the 2019 Helpmann Awards ceremony is being held in Melbourne\r\nThe Helpmann Awards recognise distinguished achievement and excellence across Australia’s vibrant live performance industry. This year’s nominees include Anne Edmonds, Barrie Kosky, Elaine Crombie, Felix Reibl, Hannah Gadsby, Kate Mulvany, Kylie Minogue, Paula Arundell, Tim Minchin, Tina Arena, Ursula Yovich and Wayne Blair to name a few.\r\nEnjoy a selection of performances from the prestigious 19th annual Helpmann Awards, presented live from the Arts Centre Melbourne. In a world first, the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two perform an exclusive montage live from the play's Australian home, Melbourne's Princess\r\n