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An Inconvenient Comedy Show

BY Maxwell J Smith | 26-Aug-2019
An Inconvenient Comedy Show

Times are tough: climate crisis, rampant inequality, and Pauline Hanson is still a thing! So a bunch of comedians are coming together to save the world, one seven-minute stand-up set at a time. An Inconvenient Comedy Show is a one-hour charity show coming to Crowded in the Vaults at Pilgrim Bar, Federation Wharf, as part of this year's exciting Melbourne Fringe program. #InconvenientComedy @InconvenientComedy #melbournefringe @melbournefringe @melbfringe #melbfringe

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Killing the Planet is Against My Religion

BY Tejopala Rawls | 25-Aug-2019
Killing the Planet is Against My Religion

A Bishop, a nun, a Rabbi, an ordained Buddhist and a Uniting Church Minister walk into the office of Josh Frydenberg to talk about the Adani coal mine. This is the true story of the life of New Zealander Tejopala Rawls - climate activist, ordained Buddhist and stand-up comedian.

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The Marvelous Scent Of Silence In Art And Aesthetics

BY Lunar Art Center | 24-Aug-2019
The Marvelous Scent Of Silence In Art And Aesthetics

In every piece of artwork, in every breath, in every movement, there’s a hidden though tangibly observable element that makes the beauty or in a broader term the aesthetic conspicuousness sticks out and that’s silence.

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domenico de clario | beyond tonglen

BY MARS Gallery | 22-Aug-2019
domenico de clario | beyond tonglen

Beyond Tonglen is a new series of plein air blindfolded paintings made on squares of woven carpet evidencing the range of sensory experiences that overcame the artist when painting blindfolded. De Clario will also present an improvised performance at the equinox from dusk to dawn.

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Sarah Hendy | Waiting for Daybreak

BY MARS Gallery | 22-Aug-2019
Sarah Hendy | Waiting for Daybreak

'Waiting For Daybreak’ is a series of paintings characterised by verdant and luxurious plant growth. The works were created after the artist narrowly escaped drowning in a flood and was stranded, injured and alone for many hours in the rainforest awaiting rescue.

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Jud Wimhurst | THE NULL AND THE VOID

BY MARS Gallery | 22-Aug-2019
ud Wimhurst | THE NULL AND THE VOID

“THE NULL AND THE VOID” is a collection of object based, sculptural artworks that explore our human relationship with objects and the need and want and desire to consume.

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Joshua Burrowes | The Myth of Sisyphus

BY MARS Gallery | 22-Aug-2019
Joshua Burrowes | The Myth of Sisyphus

Joshua Burrowes work explores concepts of ambiguous realities and mythological narratives. Through painting, Burrowes manipulates found objects through staging and lighting, employing photography for dramatic effect to investigate the relationship with everyday objects.

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Completely Improvised Potter at Melbourne Fringe Festival

BY Soothplayers | 22-Aug-2019
Completely Improvised Potter at Melbourne Fringe Festival

Still playing the lottery for Cursed Child tickets? Completely Improvised Potter is a hilarious night out for Potter fans (and for far fewer galleons!). Every show is conjured up on the spot, with a new Potter book made each night. Limited season only at the Festival Hub. Find us @improvisedpotter and get on the Express! (Hot tip: join Dumbledore's Army on our website for cheaper tickets)

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Completely Improvised Shakespeare at Melbourne Fringe Festival

BY Soothplayers | 22-Aug-2019
Completely Improvised Shakespeare at Melbourne Fringe Festival

Completely Improvised Shakespeare is a perennial fan favourite at the Melbourne festival circuit. Every bit of each show is made up on the damn spot! Return for multiple nights, as every show is different, and join the Groundlings on our homepage (www.soothplayers.com) for the cheapest tickets. Find us on Insta and the Book of Faces @soothplayers

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Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2019 - spotlight on the greatest artists of Italian history

BY Nicola Warman-Flood | 22-Aug-2019
Lavazzo Italian Film Festival 2019

The 20th Lavazza Italian Film Festival celebrates Italian cinema and filmmakers at their very best. With a programme featuring 26 of the best new Italian films from the past year as well as classic cinematic gems, Special Presentations, aperitivo nights, receptions and galas, it is Palace’s biggest event of the year! The Lavazza Italian Film Festival screens in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart and Byron Bay from 17 September.

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Wasp Movie: Melbourne Fringe Festival 2019

BY Lisa | 22-Aug-2019
Wasp Movie: Melbourne Fringe Festival 2019

Wasp Movie is the third solo show from comedian Nikki Viveca. With an approach to standup that is both theatrical and heartfelt, Nikki turns a true story of domestic disaster into a comedy that explores the challenges of co-existing with nature and each other.

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Bring It On The Musical shimmies into Sydney

BY Fuller PR | 21-Aug-2019
 Bring It On The Musical shimmies into Sydney

Sydney, it’s time to shake your pom poms! After critically acclaimed seasons in Melbourne and Perth, David Venn is premiering the Broadway smash hit BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL at the State Theatre, in what will be a strictly limited two week run.

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