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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | January 28, 2022

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Interview: Matt Okine

September 27, 2015 |

While waiting to see if he’s about to become a dad, Matt Okine has a lot of thinking to do. After years of stealing his flatmates’ shampoo and eating meals that consist entirely of food samples given out at the supermarket, Matt is now stinking rich. And it’s awesome. But his nine-year relationship has ended out of the blue, and Matt can’t help but wonder why? Where did it all go wrong? How much do babies cost? And why do racists always catch the bus?? We caught up with multi award-winning comedian and triple J Breakfast co-host Matt Okine to talk about his latest show.

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Review: Irrational Man

August 27, 2015 |

Irrational Man is Woody Allen’s latest film in his one-a-year film series. After a string of dull and lifeless films, Allen has delivered a brilliantly executed love story with a surprising twist. This dark comedy explores the theme of depression and why murder is not what the doctor ordered.

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Kitty Flanagan: Seriously?

August 14, 2015 |

Veteran comic Kitty Flanagan brings her new show Seriously? to Brisbane’s Powerhouse this August – it’s looking like 2015 is the year that we fall in love with Kitty all over again. Read More

Dylan Moran: Off The Hook

August 12, 2015 |

Dylan Moran, comedian, author, artist, father, husband, currently on tour for Off the Hook has changed – a bit. Read More

Wet Hot American Summer: From Film to Netflix Series

July 8, 2015 |

Resurrecting a critically and commercially flopped 2001 film as a mini series is an idea that took 14 years to become brilliant. Read More

Review: Judith Lucy – Ask No Questions of the Moth

May 31, 2015 |

Like a fine wine (or two), seasoned comic Judith Lucy’s only getting better with age, and her new bare-all show sets the Powerhouse Theatre off in stitches on its Tuesday night preview.

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Review: Chimp Cop at Melbourne Comedy Festival

April 17, 2015 |

Every good Melbourne Comedy Festival venue has a strong and distinct vibe, from the top-bill acts at the Town Hall to the beautiful weirdos at Tuxedo Cat. The Imperial has a strong mix of subversive stand-up acts and sketch comedy, with Chimp Cop confidently leading the helm.

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Review: Dirty Sexy Politics at MICF

March 31, 2015 |

Samuel Valentine and Tom Albert hail originally from Queensland, but you wouldn’t know it. There fast paced, vaudevillian cabaret style of comedy fits very comfortably in Melbourne and indeed the Butterfly Club.

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Review: The Naked Magicians

March 21, 2015 |

The Naked Magicians strutted their stuff at the Twelfth Night on Thursday and delivered a night at the theatre we’re not about to forget in a hurry. Find out why…

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Speed the Movie: The Play

March 1, 2015 |

You never know what you’ll see on the bus. How about a live adaptation of the 1994 Keanu Reeves action thriller Speed?

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Behind The Scenes With The Cast Of Blithe Spirit

February 12, 2015 |

Theatre collective Bearded Zeus Productions invited us into their rehearsal space for a chat about their fresh take on Noel Coward’s classic farce, “Blithe Spirit.”

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Reasons To Watch Danger 5

January 26, 2015 |

The second season of action comedy Danger Five is finally airing on SBS, and with a stellar cast, lavish visuals and the occasional appearance of a lizardman, it might be the best Australian comedy to air in years.

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Cabaret Coming Soon To The Judith Wright Centre

January 13, 2015 |

If you’ve been itching to see some good cabaret or burlesque, then the Judith Wright Centre is sure to start your year off with a bang with a bumper lineup of Australia’s best acts coming in February and March.

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Noel Fielding Announces Australian Tour

January 5, 2015 |

Brit comedy’s favourite surrealist Noel Fielding is coming to Australia at long last – if you’ve been a fan since the beginning, it’s time to dust off your mirror-ball suit and your feathered mullet, as this won’t be a show to miss.

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