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Review: Whiteley

An Intimate look into Brett Whiteley’s life and legacy Whiteley uses Brett Whiteley’s art and interview archives to take you on a […]

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Interview: Olugbade Okunade

Samara and Smithers chat to Olugbade Okunade from the Nigerian afrobeat band Alárìíyá about their debut album launch on Saturday April 29, […]

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Review: Comedy Zone Asia

Smithers reviews Comedy Zone Asia, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival show featuring Jinx Yeo, Neeti Palta, Sumit Anand, Rizal van Geyzel and Douglas […]

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Review: In The Mens

In the Mens Interesting look into the expansive Australian male psyche. The show is a number of monologues dedicated to generations of […]

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COMEDY REVIEW: ‘Improvised Improv’

Creating New Shows Every Night, No Show Can Ever Be The Same… Changing Jennifers are on a mission to perform a show […]

Review: Cal Wilson – Things I’ve Never Said

Cal Wilson’s show in the MICF this year is about ‘Things I’ve Never Said’, or, all things she’s never focused on in […]

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Review: Raw

Raw has got to be one of the best horror films I’ve seen in recent years. It manages to create discomfort not […]

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Review: Colossal

Colossal is a film about monsters, both literal and metaphorical. Written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo, perhaps most famous for his sci-fi […]

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Interview: Biddy Connor

Jim, Gill and Smithers interview vocalist and viola player Biddy Connor from the Letter String Quartet, who have an upcoming concert, Oracle Marker, […]

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COMEDY REVIEW: MARCUS RYAN – “¿Hablas Ingles?” @ The Elephant and Wheelbarrow

Across the stretching, formidable and prestigious Exhibition Street lives the bright and shining “Comedy Theatre”, and the majestic “Her Majesty’s”. Not too […]