Day: 18 February 2016

Spotlight on Airlie Beach, QLD: From Airlie Beach Music Festival to the Great Barrier Reef

February 18, 2016

After spending just three days at the increasingly popular holiday destination of Airlie beach, it became abundantly clear that the area has a terrific range of activities, cafés and restaurants on offer. From the incredible live music being played across a range of venues for the Airlie Beach Music Festival, to the spectacular experience of […]

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Adelaide Fringe Festival Review: Sammy J & Randyland – Corona Theatre, Garden of Unearthly Delights (18.02.16)

February 18, 2016

Oh, Sammy J & Randy. For many Adelaide Fringe Festival goers, it just simply isn’t a year in the Garden of Unearthly Delights without these two bringing an hour or so of their absurdly wicked comedy through to one of the tents erected throughout Rymill Park. Their latest show, Sammy J & Randyland, sees the […]

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Theatre Review: All My Love – Riverside Theatre, Parramatta (performances to 20 February)

February 18, 2016

Henry Lawson and Dame Mary Gilmore (nee Cameron) are famous Australian authors who appeared on Australia’s old paper $10 note. They’re also the subject of an intense period drama and romantic play called All My Love. It’s a story that asks a number of “What if?” style questions and hints at what could have been a great […]

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Theatre Review: Ladies Day – Griffin Theatre Company (performances to 26th March)

February 18, 2016

Griffin Theatre Company proudly supports and presents all new Australian works, a fitting program for their stables-turned-theatre venue. “Australian” and “new” means that the work can often hit a little closer to home in terms of language, setting and relevance. In their latest production, Ladies Day, nothing is more fitting then describing it as hitting, […]

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Theatre Review: The Ballad of Frank Allen – Blue Room Theatre, Perth (performances through to 20th Feb)

February 18, 2016

Well Shane Adamczak has done it again. His latest production with Weeping Spoon Productions, The Ballad of Frank Allen has just opened at Perth’s Fringe World. A strange and comic tale about a man who lives in another man’s beard; The Ballad of Frank Allen is a wonderfully funny and utterly charming work that will […]

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Fringe World Review: Barefaced Stories: Fringe World Gala Edition – The West Australian Spiegeltent (15.02.16)

February 18, 2016

Barefaced Stories has become a much loved fixture of the Perth calendar; a monthly storytelling extravaganza that has grown exponentially since it’s launch back in 2010. Monday evening saw Barefaced put on the second of two Fringe World gala editions, hosted by Perth’s very own answer to Tina Fey and Amy Poehler – Andrea Gibbs […]

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1927’s Paul Barritt on Golem and bringing the award-winning production to the Adelaide Festival of Arts!

February 18, 2016

Following on from the ideas projected through the 2015 production Nufonia Must Fall, 1927 returns to the Adelaide Festival of Arts this year with a continued exploration of the relationship between man and machine with Golem. Where Nufonia detailed a love story, Golem takes the audience into darker, nightmarish territory in highlighting the dangerous dependency […]

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On the Shelf: Tim Tam Mocktail Range

February 18, 2016

Arnott’s iconic Tim Tam goes through changes every now and then, necessary because demand for these timeless biscuits won’t die down. There’s something about those velvety logs of chocolate encasing various flavours that still fills tourists with envy and Australians with pride, and it was only a matter of time before the brand’s next step […]

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Best things to do in Sydney this weekend (19th-21st Feb)

February 18, 2016

It’s the freakin’ weekend, the second last of summer for this year as a matter of fact, and Sydney’s vibrant weekend culture isn’t fading one bit with the start of the big Mardi Gras festival as well as the big rally planned for Keep Sydney Open. There are plenty of delicious, fun, and interesting things […]

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Watch Action Bronson down some duck with legendary French chef Daniel Boulud in the latest episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious”

February 18, 2016

New York emcee Action Bronson is just as deft in the kitchen as the studio, and he has been taking that knowledge of the culinary world and applying it to his latest web show with Munchies, “Fuck, That’s Delicious” for a few episodes now. The latest entry takes the effervescent rapper to meet one of […]

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Beer DeLuxe are running a competition to find the “Best Home Brew” in Australia

February 18, 2016

Across three of their venues, Beer DeLuxe are staging an ambitious competition aimed at finding and discovering the best of the best when it comes to home brew enthusiasts, seeking to award one lucky amateur brewer with the “Best Home Brew” award. Dubbed Home Brew Heroes, the initiative will sort through plenty of home brew […]

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Kings Cross Festival will be a mix of pop-up bars, live music, and cinema (Sydney)

February 18, 2016

Before this month of February comes to a close, famed Sydney hub Kings Cross will be celebrating it’s community with the two-day Kings Cross Festival, staged by the Potts Point Partnership (PPP) for locals and visitors alike. Many a change has occurred in Kings Cross this past year thanks to #CasinoMike and his lockout laws, […]

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