Day: 6 April 2016

Berlin photographer Sven Marquardt debuts two exhibitions in Melbourne and Sydney

April 6, 2016

The Goethe Insitut presents the Australian debut of Berlin’s analogue photographer, Sven Marquardt. His two exhibition of works, Fotografien, showcasing at Melbourne’s The Substation from 28 April – 31 May, and Future’s Past at Sydney’s Ambush Gallery or the Head On Festival from 5 -22 May, tell a story of the present, past and future […]

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Award-winning play Tribes makes its Sydney debut this June.

April 6, 2016

The award winning production, Tribes, written by Nina Raine and Directed by Susanna Dowling is coming to the Ensemble Theatre in Sydney. The play that prized the 2012 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play at the 2012 New York Drama Critic’s Circle Award and scored the 2012 Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Play is inviting […]

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Circus Review: Cirque Adrenaline – Arts Centre Melbourne – 02/04/16

April 6, 2016

Melbourne’s Arts Centre was buzzing on Saturday night with excited adults and children alike awaiting the start of the highly anticipated Cirque Adrenaline. As the name suggests, the show aims to wow audiences with edge of your seat displays, and showcase circus artists performing death defying stunts. As the sound hushed and the curtain rose […]

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Festival Review: Rock And Roll Writers Festival

April 6, 2016

The first weekend of April saw the inaugural Rock And Roll Writers Festival take over Brisbane music venue The Brightside for two days of discussion and debate, devoted to the strong relationship between music and literature. A coup for the Brisbane arts scene, festival organisers Leanne de Souza and Joe Woolley brought together a killer line-up of […]

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+39 Pizzeria expands to Toorak (Melbourne)

April 6, 2016

After almost six years in Melbourne’s CBD, +39 Pizzeria have expanded to include a second location, heading south to Toorak’s Malvern Road with a focus on bringing their own perspective on authentic Italian to the affluent suburb. Consistency has remained at the key for the brand, who will be recreated their traditional flavours and techniques […]

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Maeve O’Meara to host a leisurely Greek Sunday feast at Alpha (Sydney)

April 6, 2016

One of the most loved Greek dining institutions in Sydney, the beautiful Alpha, will be hosting one of their first events of the year in partnership with Gourmet Safaris. Tempting Sydneysiders with an afternoon Greek feast, the event’s host, award-winning food presenter Maeve O’Meara, will be teaming up with Alpha’s expert Executive Chef Peter Conistis […]

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Oporto go boutique with small format stores, starting with Surry Hills (Sydney)

April 6, 2016

If you’ve walked along Devonshire Street in Surry Hills lately you may have noticed that Oporto is dramatically changing the way they do things, by introducing their first ever “pequino”, which is Portugese for “small”. The small format store is the first of many which will be rolling out over inner-city locations in Australia, marking […]

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A Singapore hawker style restaurant has popped up at The Star (Sydney)

April 6, 2016

Inspired by the famous street food of Singapore, a pop-up restaurant has made The Star its temporary home from now until May of this year. Chef Djohaan Arneez leads the venture, which is located in The Star Cafe Court, and is seeking to put unique twists on some of the most renowned hawker-style dishes with […]

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