Day: 16 January 2019

Fleetwood Mac announce Australian arena tour for 2019

January 16, 2019

The legendary Fleetwood Mac have today announced that they will be returning to Australia for a six-date arena tour across August and September. As one of the first mammoth tour announcements for 2019, the Grammy winning band responsible for hits like “Dreams” and “Go Your Own Way” will be making stops in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney […]

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Film Review: Storm Boy (Australia, 2019) is a rather dour and pointless experience

January 16, 2019

Australian cinema has somewhat of an obsession with crafting adorable animal characters audiences instantly fall in love with. From the gutsy little pig in Babe to the tough cattle dog in Red Dog to those toe-tapping penguins in Happy Feet, it’s a long-running subgenre we Aussies do particularly well. A pelican hardly seems the next likely evolutionary step […]

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Film Review: Glass (USA, 2019) reflects M Night Shyamalan’s worst habits

January 16, 2019

Though he doesn’t always nail them, M Night Shyamalan deserves praise for the ending of Split: the highly successful 2016 thriller, revealed in the very final moment to be part of the same universe as 2000 alt-superhero film Unbreakable. Very few people, especially those that had no idea he was working on a sequel to […]

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Theatre Review: Blanc de Blanc Encore is Strut & Fret’s most immersive production yet

January 16, 2019

Production house Strut & Fret are now welcomed regulars around the Sydney Opera House, enjoying a strong reputation thanks to exciting past productions like Blanc de Blanc and Limbo Unhinged. It’s almost a given now that the masterminds behind these finessed circus cabaret shows will be back each year with another exhilarating project, and for […]

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Live Review: After more than two decades under the influence, Taking Back Sunday show Sydney how it’s done

January 16, 2019

Once upon a time, I really enjoyed Monday night shows. This was at a time when I was at uni without any real obligations. Now, I am a boring person with a desk job that gets up early for work five days a week. You’re probably thinking, why am I telling you this? There is […]

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Book Review: Robert Ian Bonnick’s Soul Survivor is an inspiring rags-to-riches tale

January 16, 2019

Robert Ian Bonnick is a warrior. This successful man has had a career that most people could only dream of. But, what some of us may not know is that he had to overcome extreme adversity and challenges in order to get there. In his debut book, Soul Survivor, he describes his own personal rags-to-riches […]

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