Art

Arts and Eats at Henry on Eighth

Aug 13, 2017No Comments

By Marley Amphlett Whilst wandering leisurely around Maylands one Sunday, I made a happy discovery. Henry on Eighth is a multi functional space that plays

A Plebiscite to Call Home

Aug 11, 2017No Comments

By Claudia Van Zellar I will not bristle at the thought of strangers validating my relationship via snail mail these are not love letters.  

REVIEW: 1984

Aug 11, 2017No Comments

By Elisha Hammond  In a time of political unrest, social uncertainty and ethical turmoil, drama, literature and music have a chance to create art with

Journalists in armed conflict

Jul 30, 2017No Comments

By Holly Ferguson *This article was first published in Dircksey Volume 2. Edition 6 Free* Being a journalist in an area of armed conflict is

Dolce and GabbaNAH: The casual acceptance o...

Jul 30, 2017No Comments

By Holly Ferguson A few days prior to their Spring Summer 2018 Men’s Wear show, design duo Dolce and Gabbana launched a campaign to boycott

INTERVIEW: An Almost Perfect Thing

Jul 29, 2017No Comments

By Zachary Sheridan An Almost Perfect Thing The Blue Room Theatre 8 – 26 August 2017 // 7pm Recently, I sat down with some of

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REVIEW: Coma Land

Jul 24, 2017No Comments

By Zachary Sheridan Coma Land is beautiful. It concerns a child genius, Boon, who can’t wake up. In this dreamscape she meets Penguin, a young

REVIEW: The Eisteddfod

Jun 25, 2017Comments off

By Holly Ferguson Directed by Jeffrey Jay Fowler, The Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production of Lally Katz’s, The Eisteddfod, is a true testament to

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REVIEW:Tamagotchi Reset and Other Doomsdays

Jun 23, 2017Comments off

By Tristan Sherlock  I went into Tamagotchi Reset and Other Doomsdays thinking it was going to be a pretty weird play. Was I right? Eh

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REVIEW: Marlborough Man

Jun 19, 2017Comments off

By Tristan Sherlock  The mystery and suspense of Criminal Minds meets the action-packed and thrilling atmosphere of Taken in Alan Carter’s 2017 novel Marlborough Man.