Aunty Donna’s Glennridge Secondary College show is a brilliantly relatable display of manic chaos. NICKOLAS ZAKHARIA checked it out.
Winner of South African Comics’ Choice Award, Loyiso Gola challenges the audience on stereotypes of masculinity and white privilege. ANGELICA SNOWDEN saw the show.
Early success has given high hopes for the future to Melbourne fashion designer Meg Parry, writes COURTNEY BEAUMONT
Two Monash students took their tree musical from a uni stage to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. SHELBY BROOKS talked to the creative team behind the show.
A loud, slightly unhinged and boisterous ex-stripper turned comedian, Fern Brady chronicles the chapters of her life in an unabashed and brazen manner. AMBER SCHULTZ went to her show at the comedy festival
RINA TSE went looking for the best after-dark coffee places in Melbourne for night owls.
IMAX’s new Oceans 3D: Our Blue Planet is visually stunning but lacking in excitement, writes PHOEBE LAY
Hundreds of Viking artefacts feature in Melbourne Museum’s new show, which aims to prove they weren’t the savage barbarians they are portrayed as in popular media. NIKLAUS NG explored the collection.
A Hills Hoist clothesline took pride of place when the best in show award was handed out at this year’s Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. THOMAS FOSTER reports.
Ocean-lovers got a taste of the deep without getting their feet wet at the 2018 Ocean Film Festival in Melbourne this week.