What’s NEXT & Foxtel

Sometime over the last few weeks I found out that NEXT…the six part Webseries produced by Rob Lobosco, that I directed earlier in the year was premiering on Foxtel in 2017. The birth of anything, particularly creative art, is never ever easy. And, producing a new Australian series is tough, like going to boot camp, and near impossible to get people on side. Why don’t you try it sometime?  

But, every now and then a new show or film breaks through that wall. It’s way too earlier to guess how NEXT will perform but at this stage a lot of social media love has been shown towards the series and all looks very promising, with the first night audience at the launch also full of praise. So fingers crossed. 

Online dating certainly has been in the news lately particularly Tinder, and I guess we’ve all given dating apps a go at some point in the last 10 years. Looking for love has never been easier to do than it is today… but finding ‘the one’ is still as hard as ever I reckon. As Christmas fast approaches and the silly season kicks in, I’m sure at some point I’ll be flicking through a dating app, so will you probably, forever hopeful of finding something online to brighten our day. 

NEXT the addictive dating series premieres on Foxtel in January 2017. Be sure to check it out. Happy searching…Noel xx

NEXT TRAILER

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Playing Cupid On The Addictive Webseries NEXT…

Guys and Girls, if you haven’t done so yet checkout my video diary from NEXT… the web series about a date phobic and date addict and also the official web series trailer. Much thanks Noel xx

Harlequin Ink (Noel Anderson)

NEXT…is coming to a phone near you!  In August 2015 I was as sick as a dog while directing a new musical at Theatreworks. I was running a high fever, but still doing everything I could to help the show along…new Australian work is a hard sell particularly to industry music lovers and general public. A strange air had crept into production week that was disappointing and made me ponder why anyone would bother creating new work for the Oz stage, particularly me.  Maybe I should be working in a shop selling mobile phones? At interval on preview night, I grabbed a glass of wine from the foyer bar, still crook, I made polite chit chat to a film crew who were there filming the work of another member of my team, when a man came up to me called Rob Lobosco… Rob had won his theatre tickets in a online competition…

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