Day: 15 February 2023

P!NK announces new dates for “Summer Carnival” 2024 tour due to phenomenal demand

Three-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, international pop icon, and honorary Australian P!NK has added 3 new stadium shows on her massive Australian tour in February and March, 2024. P!NK’s “Summer Carnival” will commence in Sydney at Allianz Stadium on February 9 and 10, followed by Newcastle’s McDonald Jones Stadium on February 13, Suncorp Stadium Brisbane on February 16 and…

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Win a double in-season pass to see Paul Mescal’s Oscar-nominated performance in Aftersun

Thanks to Kismet Movies we have 5 digital double in-season passes (Admit 2) to see the new drama Aftersun, starring Paul Mescal in his Academy Award-nominated role, exclusive to cinemas from February 23rd, 2023. Sophie reflects on the shared joy and private melancholy of a holiday she took with her father twenty years earlier. Memories…

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Paul Newman

Book Review: The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man is an unvarnished glimpse at the private life of a Hollywood icon

The recent memoir from Paul Newman really ought to have been titled ‘self-critical man’, with the late actor casting a critical and analytical eye over his career and life.  The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man is the result of a project started decades ago by Newman and his friend, screenwriter Stewart Stern. The pair got…

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How many days should you spend at Walt Disney World?

Occupying more than 25,000 acres in Orlando, the footprint of Walt Disney World – Disney’s first park outside of California, opening in 1971 – is the largest dedicated to any theme park in the world. And 50 years later (the celebrations of which conclude on 31st March), still only half of that land is being…

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Naughty Boy

Fringe World Review: Naughty Boy is a darkly hilarious one-man play that’s riveting until the last moment

Every now and then, there’s a show that reminds you how truly transformative theatre can be. A performance that has you holding your breath, unmoving, entranced, until the final moment. For me, one of these shows was Eddy Brimson’s one-man play, Naughty Boy, at Fringe World. In the dark theatre space of the Belgian Beer…

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You Me At Six share new album Truth Decay and five fave Aussie bands

English rock favourites You Me At Six have returned in a big way with their awaited eighth studio album Truth Decay, released 10 February via Underdog Records/AWAL Recordings. Featuring the singles “Deep Cuts”, “Mixed Emotions” and “No Future? Yeah Right” with Rou Reynolds (Enter Shikari), the new record boasts 13 punchy tracks with signature guest…

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Film Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is an incoherent start to the MCU’s Phase Five

After an incredibly disjointed Phase Four, all eyes are indeed on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (or Quantumania, as we will be noting for short throughout this review) to see how this particular threequel will set a precedent for the forthcoming Phase Five of the continued Marvel Cinematic Universe. If this is anything to go…

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Ibiza Blue is a beautiful, aching drama that bathes in poetic subtlety: SBIFF Review

Given the shared enormity that was living through the pandemic at its seeming peak throughout 2020 and 2021, it’s a surprise that few films have actually addressed it in a manner that’s relatable for audiences.  Whilst films are an escape, it’s a reality that can’t forever be ignored, and co-writer/director/star Jesús Lloveras manages to infuse…

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