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What do handfuls of turd, corn on the cob, the pouch of Douglas and Taylor Swift have in common? Find out in Hannah Gadsby’s latest show ‘Dogmatic’!
Introducing Nadine Karaan, a young makeup enthusiast. Karaan says, “Makeup is my life. It’s not about looking fake or like a Barbie doll, it’s about having control over myself. Being able to give myself a look, but still know it’s …
6am at the Garage is bringing cinematic grandeur to alternative dance music with their Projections of Dance film series at the iconic Astor Theatre. The media collective has developed an eclectic but cohesive program of electronic music cinema that mixes together fiction, documentary and concert films.
On his sophomore solo album, Craig Finn has stripped away the noise and grandiosity that’s defined most of his career, revealing the core components of his distinctive lyrical style while telling tender, grounded stories.
In Umrika, America is the promised land, a place where Indian villagers believe they can can be delivered from the prisons of poverty and tradition. It’s a bold choice for the opening of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, a melancholic glimpse into a country simultaneously buoyed and burdened with the weight of familial love.
The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne is back, boasting what they are calling their “strongest lineup yet”. With a selection that includes a mix of lavish Bollywood productions, critically lauded dramas and intriguing oddities, it’s a hard claim to argue.
Ever wondered what it takes to compete in a beauty pageant? Ever wanted to get to know the glamorous stars behind the pageants?
Raquel Danielle Garach is a role model, inspiration and a unique beauty that has taken over the beauty pageant scene, here in Melbourne. At the young age of 20, Raquel has participated in four beauty pageants across the country.
Looking for a new watering hole to kick off the weekend? Perfect for a date night, night out with mates or after-work drinks, Waterslide Bar at Melbourne’s Southgate is the hottest new creation on the cocktail scene. With plenty of …
In the 2012 metafictional film Seven Psychopaths, screenwriter Martin (Colin Farrell) bemoans that he’s unable to write anything that doesn’t involve “guys with guns in their hands”. This has been a tension in the work of writer Martin McDonagh since his earliest days as a playwright in Ireland, a simultaneous aesthetic fascination and moral disgust with violence.