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Posted 19 Apr 2012 @ 11:56am


One of our favourite gingers has annouced his return to Australia after a brief promo visit earlier in the year.


Ed Sheeran is excited to announce his first run of headline shows in Australia and New Zealand. His unique amalgamation of acoustic music, folk and hip hop beats has earned this red-haired performer fans across the world in an impressive period of time. In...

Posted 7 Dec 2011 @ 9:07am

Dynamic indie-pop duo Toucan might be the latest bandwagon for those in the know to climb aboard, but sure enough, the Brave New World EP serves to justify their new-found support.


Comprised of young guns Jess Pollard and Shea Duncan, Toucan have been strutting their stuff since February, emerging a unique indie-pop commodity amidst a competitive NSW scene. This release...

Posted 14 Oct 2011 @ 10:07am

Malthouse Theatre, as always, is set to play host to another outstanding performance – Neil Cole's Tunnel Rat.


Presented by Melbourne Jewish Theatre Trust, the performance tells the story of an American man, Ronnie Giles, who was selected to become a tunnel rat in order to spy and search for the enemy whilst serving in Vietnam, all because of his height.
At the...

Posted 27 Sep 2011 @ 2:37am

19th century American female revolutionary, Mary Maclane, takes to the Australian stage.


19th and 20th century America was culturally assualted by activist, wordsmith and teen idol, Mary Maclane. Her memoirs, written at the age of 19, bashed American hypocrisy and sexism, causing an uproar from some and the adoration of many others. Now the subject of acclaimed theatre company...

Posted 30 Jun 2011 @ 9:40am

Homelessness is one of those issues that most of us may not care to admit is a problem in Australia. But with Melbourne's homeless people estimated in the thousands, it's definitely something we can't ignore.


One person who is trying to change this is Lucky MJ Garduce, the artistic director of Rock Funk Rock Dance Company. Trained in hip hop studios in Shibuya in Tokyo,...

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