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Bacardi Express: Groove Armada, British India, Bluejuice, Lost Valentinos, Van She, Hoops DJs, Beardyman: Melbourne: Palace (Metro)
A curious figure, Graney appearing at the Butterfly Club in Dave Graney Live in Hell, has carved himself a niche as an always quirky, innovative and at times even schmaltzy singer and songwriter in Australia and Europe over the past twenty-five or so years.
A one-woman tour de force, Rose, playing at the Subiaco Arts Centre, both celebrates and laments an extraordinary life spanning the twentieth century.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Hypnolarious by PiP Comic Illusionist, had all the promise of a great night.
Lydia De Carllo - our model for Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School, at the Butterfly Blub - created lovely and interesting poses for us, very much in the pin-up style of the 50’s, and she looked the part.
The Australian Ballet's Firebird and other legends are legendary Ballets Russes material, and 2009 is a suitable time to be revisiting them as it is said to be the centenary of when Sergei Diaghilev introduce the West to his fabulous Ballets Russes.
There was a feeling that The Swallow-Tailed Coat playing at the Blue Room Theatre, was the kind of creative flourish that happens when you take an idea and amplify it with other artists you know and trust, then build another idea on top of that...and push that again to extremes.
The Other Side a film by celebrated Portuguese director Luis Filipe Rocha which has its Australian debut tonight at Melbourne’s Australian Centre Of Moving Images(ACMI) as part of the current Melbourne Queer Film Festival is a beautifully realised exploration of love, loss and the power of redemption.
Suddenly featured in the Somerville Film Festival this year, is a rather beautifully made film where the music is revelatory.
In Anatomy a trio of documentaries for the Melbourne Queer Film Festival, each episode of the trilogy, authored by a different director, showcases the work of three of Australia’s talented new generation of documentary filmmakers and will be on view at Melbourne’s celebrated ‘Australian Centre of Moving Images’ (ACMI)
Cake by Kathryn Ash playing at the Jute Theatre, neatly mixes singing, dancing, poetry and drama into a frenetic, lively comedy that never takes itself too seriously and sweetly presents quintessential Queensland Country ladies.
Maggie Blinco is a delight as Mag in The Beauty Queen of Leenane playing at the Downstairs Theatre, bringing a sense of whimsy and humour to an ultimately devious, domineering old woman.
Just Another Love Story is a darkly comic thriller centred around Jonas (Anders W. Bertelsen), a likeable professional with a wife and two kids.
The Big Picture at the Subiaco Arts Centre, production directed by Jenny McNae, a well known W.A. theatre identity, delivers a crisp and swiftly paced theatre experience.
Performing to a sell out crowd at the Queens Arms Hotel in Wright Street, in the heart of the city, the Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Chillie Files', three 'chillies' are just electrifying.
Sonya Veronica - Rouge Revisited at Guildford Lane Gallery Melbourne, applying her colours onto canvas with only her fingers, 'feels' - rather than 'paints' her compositions.
John Wood presents a superb performance of Monk in A Stretch of the Imagination at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Dave Hughes is Handy in the Adelaide Fringe Festival at the Thebarton Theatre, is a stalwart of the comedy circuit, chalking up dozens more TV credits as well as this, his 17th solo tour.
Adam Hills in Infalted for the Adelaide Fringe Festival, at the Thebarton theatre in Torrensville, is an absolute must see for anyone, young or old.
Jerusalem is Proud to Present at this year's Melbourne Queer Film Festival director Gialdi’s thoughtful and comprehensive document on humanity, fear, single-mindedness and determination focuses on the attempts of an Israeli gay and lesbian group, known as the Open House, to organise and conduct the World Pride festival in Jerusalem in 2006.
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