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William Downie is the former Gourmet Traveller Wine Young Winemaker of The Year.
It'll be difficult deciding which of the 55 drinks events you should head to. Here's a hand.
North Carolina’s barbecue legend, pit-master Ed Mitchell lives and breathes smoke and fire.
To have the best food safari you’ve got to get out of town right? Think again.
Melbourne’s craft beer scene started in Dave Bonighton’s backyard.
Time to put on the party shoes and head to some of the best social events of the season during MFWF.
Films and food go pretty well together, and we’re not just talking about popcorn here, but films about food.
Christine Manfield is a highly regarded Australian chef, author and presenter.
OLD FITZROY THEATRE, SYDNEY: Best We Forget is less a play and more a playground for throwing around ideas about memories – with lots of energy and fun.
Food, wine and art may seem like an unlikely partnership but the three have more in common than you may think. Together they are tripping the light fantastic into the 20th anniversary of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
FRINGE WORLD: Fringe World’s hardest working act, in its smallest venue, creates an experience memorable in every aspect.
Back in 2007, artist Jeff Martin was looking for new inspiration and found it amongst the country's best kitchens.
The stirrers, shakes, movers and makers from the globe’s best bars, breweries and cider houses are descending on Melbourne this March.
MADMAN: A doco on the West Indian cricket team at the height of their powers, this is well deserving of finding an audience outside those for whom cricket is a religion.
RIPPON LEA ESTATE: The best efforts of the Australian Shakespeare Company can't save this play from being very silly indeed. But maybe that's not such a bad thing.
MADMAN: Buck is a meaningful, moving and multi-layered portrait of the real-life Horse Whisperer.
BRISBANE ARTS THEATRE: This production is proof a collective of amateur, passionate and promising actors can turn a troubled play into something well worth watching.
ROADSHOW: Despite a slender story, the period detail and performances – in particular Michelle Williams' Oscar-nominated turn – make this well worth the effort.
PERTH FESTIVAL: Full of moments of absurdity and nonsense, Gob Squad's multi-screen visual media event makes Perth the location of a new big-screen hit, created anew every night.
In 2012 I packed my bags and moved from Brisbane to Sydney to study screenwriting at AFTRS. I knew nobody but after a film degree and five years living overseas I was ready to go for broke.
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