Day: 27 February 2016

Adelaide Fringe Festival Review: The Midnight Specials (A Creedence Revival) – The Capri Theatre, Adelaide (26.02.16)

February 27, 2016

It’s difficult to know what to expect from a tribute band. You’re enticed by the idea of hearing all of your favourite songs. You attempt to remain objective, understanding that it’s a tribute, not the real thing. Yet somehow, you’re always a little bit disappointed that it doesn’t sound like the originals. Or should I […]

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MudFest short film festival set to feature largest screen ever, 15 short films

February 27, 2016

Mudgee is prepared to welcome thousands to its 12th annual MudFest, an outdoor short film festival  on 19 March 2016. Held on the sweeping grounds of Bunnamagoo Estate, this year’s event is set to be the biggest yet and features the largest screen MudFest has ever used. As dusk falls guests will be treated to around […]

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GX Australia: Day One Rundown

February 27, 2016

GaymerX is an event that’s been a long time coming for Australia. Famous in the States for being the premiere showcase for LGBTQ developers and gamers alike, GX prides itself on its message of diversity and inclusivity. And where better to hold such an event than in Sydney directly ahead of Mardis Gras?

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DVD Review: Luther, Season 4 (UK, 2015)

February 27, 2016

Season 4 of Luther sees the titular British detective (Idris Elba) return for a two-part adventure that, while all too brief, does a fantastic job of picking up the ball and running with it. It’s every bit as dark, moody and drenched in grey-morality as previous seasons and the slick production values behind the series […]

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Five things to do off snow in Whistler (BC, Canada)

February 27, 2016

While it’s best known for its expansive terrain, amazing snow and high-speed lifts, Whistler is unlike your typical ski resort. And as winter comes to an end, and the snow starts to melt, there is still plenty to see and do – and if you’re looking to have a day off the slopes, or aren’t […]

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