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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | November 13, 2019

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AboutCharlotte Robert, Author at The Creative Issue

Charlotte Robert

Charlotte Robert

It is said that food is a national sport in France. Well, I don’t know if I’ll be the next gold medal, but what I know is that cooking is my passion. Try out new cuisine and travel the world in one bite. And what a better place than Melbourne to chase the most amazing dish you’ve ever tried? So here we are; I’ll be hunting new trends and new restaurants across the most cosmopolite city in Australia. I will go as far as my passion will carry me; there’s no frontier to curiosity and it’s my mission to share my thoughts. Bon Appétit!

Posts By Charlotte Robert

Interview: Strawberry Siren, Headline of the Australian Burlesque Festival 2015

June 10, 2015 |

The Australian Burlesque festival is now around the corner; starting on the 11th of June, it is time to prepare you to the sexiest show of the year.

After meeting Lila Luxx, The Creative Issue has met another of its headliner for this year, the charming Strawberry Siren, nicknamed “The Tarantino of Burlesque…. Both Sexy… And Dangerous”, coming from Melbourne. Read More

The Southgate Moveable Feasts: Artusi Restaurant

June 7, 2015 |

Melbourne’s winter most enjoyable dining adventure is back for another season, following an acclaimed premiere last year. Southgate Moveable Feasts rule is simple: three courses meal at three different riverside restaurants on Sundays and Mondays from 14 June – 3 August. Read More

Review: Performance Management in Cabaret

June 6, 2015 |

Performance Management is a comedy cabaret that explores the office universe; everything from job interviews to unfair dismissal, combining singing, dance and lots of humour.

During a forty-five minutes show, the performer, Scott Hollingsworth, evolves through the circus atmosphere revealing … Read More

Interview: Lila Luxx, Headline of the Australian Burlesque Festival 2015

June 4, 2015 |

Sparkles, elegance and charm; for its 6th edition, The Australian Burlesque Festival will once again present a non-stop representation of glamour and sexiness across all the country between the 11th of June and the 5th of July.

The perfect occasion to discover the burlesque universe with professional performers. The Creative Issue has met “The Sparkiling Sweetheart” – or Lila Luxx – the elegant, extravagant and eccentric performer from Brisbane.

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Review: Piku

May 14, 2015 |

The Bollywood film industry has struck again with its new movie, Piku, a comedy-drama film directed by the talented Shoojit Sircar.

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Charlie’s Cafe and Restaurant

May 5, 2015 |

Recently opened in the corner of Smith Street and Queens Parade in the trendy Fitzroy, Charlie’s restaurant offers gourmet cuisine.

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The Coffee Break: Sandbar Beach Cafe

April 30, 2015 |

Beaconsfield Parade is an ideal place to go for your morning coffee and Sandbar Beach Cafe is the perfect spot to enjoy the view of Port Phillip Bay.

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Review: Forever City

April 18, 2015 |

The Apocalypse is a notion we fantasise about a lot. Forever City by the Riot Stage Youth Theatre examines the Apocalypse, but with questions you’ve probably never thought of.

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The Coffee Break: Nineteen Squares

April 14, 2015 |

Hidden at the very end of Acland Street, Nineteen Squares is more than you might expect…

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Buena Vista Peruvian Kitchen

April 7, 2015 |

New to Acland Street in the animated suburb of St Kilda, the Buena Vista Peruvian Kitchen is where authentic cuisine is brought to life in colours and flavours.

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Review: Impromptunes ǀ Melbourne International Comedy Festival

April 3, 2015 |

Impromptunes is a professional musical theatre improvisation troupe combining singing, stand up, dance, and a lot of humour.

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Fitzrovia: The Fine Food Republic

March 25, 2015 |

Overlooking Albert Park, Fitzrovia not only refers to Fitzroy Street, but also owes its name to the bohemian and artistic neighbourhood in the West End of London. A British reference also present in the kitchen.

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The Coffee Company

March 18, 2015 |

In the vibrant and eclectic area of Balaclava comes The Coffee Company, a smart cafe and roastery dedicated to offering a first-rate specialty coffee since 1969.

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The Coffee Break: Harper’s Kitchen

March 10, 2015 |

Melbourne is the country’s coffee capital, but occasionally you come across a cafe that is too good not to rave about. Harper’s Kitchen is one of them.

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