Whether you believe that ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’ is a story based on truth, an old wives tale, or a complete piece of fiction, Matthew Lutton’s production of the 1987 book is a piece of art that must be seen.… Read More Picnic at Hanging Rock
Dating is hard, everyone knows this. In age where every interaction is focused on communication devises, or the active choice to avoid them (which just makes you want them more), it is not surprising that we have changed our ways of meeting people.
From Grindr to Pink Sofa to e-Harmony to Tinder, we are living in the age of online connections. Gone are the days where it was taboo to talk in a chat room, now that behaviour is common practise.Dating is hard, everyone knows this. In an age where every interaction is focused on communication devices, or the active choice to avoid them (which just makes you want them more), it is not surprising that we have changed our ways of meeting people.
From Grindr to Pink Sofa to e-Harmony to Tinder, we are living in the age of online connections. Gone are the days where it was taboo to talk in a chat room, now that behaviour is standard practice.… Read More Fringe World: There’s No One Around You, A Tinder Music
600 seconds is a concept that allows you to see a group or emerging artists in short, sharp performances. Hosted by The Blue Room, each performer is given 600 seconds to tell their story, show their art, and get you swept up in the moment. There is no limit on what the performers can do which was demonstrated beautifully in the variety of silent comedy, heart-wrenching performance, dance and throat singing that I was privy to seeing.… Read More Fringe World 600 Seconds: The Ones to Watch Out For
It’s a comedy festival in Melbourne 2015. Three guys have met and at around 5 o’clock, they decide it would be a good idea to combine all of their shows. Weirdly enough, it worked. The three men, two from the UK and one from Australia, Two Brits and Bloke, have combined their shows and have brought forth their comedic wonder.… Read More FringeWorld: Two Brits and a Bloke
It’s the middle of the second world war, there are secrets and betrayal everywhere and the bars smell of sweat, smoke and smoldering looks.
The jazz band starts up and soon we are greeted by three beautiful girls; the Ruby Red Fatales. You’re automatically drawn in, you feel like you’re in a dingy jazz cellar, surrounded by spoke and strangers, here you can finally escape from the outside world; the bombs, the fighting, the danger. They’re everything they’ve advertised themselves to be; they’re sexy, they’re sultry and apparently they’ll shoot you down.… Read More Fringe World: The Ruby Red Fatales