Day: 15 November 2022

Live Review: Vera Blue + Becca Hatch – Forum Theatre, Melbourne (12.11.22)

November 15, 2022

Throughout her growing music career, Vera Blue has become an Australian modern pop icon, and her most recent album, Mercurial is a testament to her ability to create exciting and memorable pop music. Her Saturday night Forum Theatre show displayed how well her new album translates to the live stage and reminded Melbourne what a […]

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Photo Gallery: Vera Blue + Becca Hatch – Forum Theatre, Melbourne (12.11.22)

November 15, 2022

Saturday night saw Vera Blue finally come back to Melbourne to continue her Mercurial album tour. The night was filled with dancing, music and fun, with Becca Hatch opening the affair with some upbeat dance and RnB numbers. Dan was there to bring you these photos

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Dawnlands

“History is often more remarkable than anything I could make up”: Philippa Gregory talks about the Fairmile series and her new book Dawnlands

November 15, 2022

Philippa Gregory, best known for her worldwide hits The Other Boleyn Girl and The White Queen is a recognised authority on women’s history. With a slew of awards and recognitions for her contributions to literature, including a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2020, her latest saga, The Fairmile Series, spans the years of 1648-1685. The […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: This Space is Ours “My Name” (2022)

November 15, 2022

Melbourne easycore five-piece This Space is Ours have shared their punchy new single “My Name” with us ahead of its release tomorrow. The honest pop-punk track is their second offering since 2021’s “Trick or Treat” and a promising glimpse of what’s to come. Searing riffs and relentless drums open the song as frontwoman Gemma Dunsmore’s […]

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Australia's Great Depression

Book Review: Joan Beaumont’s Australia’s Great Depression is a comprehensive look at a major part of Australian history

November 15, 2022

In her latest book, author Joan Beaumont brings us fresh insight into a major part of Australian history.  Australia’s Great Depression offers a comprehensive history of a fledgling nation, shattered by the Great War, and how it survived the worst economic crisis of its history. In telling this story Beaumont uncovers the sources of resilience […]

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Blu-Ray Review: The Invitation‘s “Unrated Edition” adds extra blood but not enough bite

November 15, 2022

It’s all too easy to wax lyrical these days about trailers spoiling and “giving too much away” for the keyboard warriors who oft decide they hate a film before they even see it.  Whilst the jury is still out on how many will dislike The Invitation, I can attest that, as far as spoilers go, Jessica M. […]

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