26JUL 2016
Perth Arts Festival 2015

Perth Arts Festival 2015

Commemorating the centenary of Anzac Inclusive theatre where young and old rub shoulders with the Giants. We walk together in their footsteps and we walk taller because they are with us. The Guardian (UK) Do you remember what it was like to be a child? To see the world with wide-eyed wonder? Belief is…
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24JUL 2016
Festival of Perth

Festival of Perth

The Friends of the Festival began in 1976, directly supporting the Perth International Arts Festival. Over the years their numbers have grown greatly and they are now important advocates for the Festival in the community, embracing all that the Festival has to offer. Friends enjoy many benefits, including a priority booking period, a range of ticket discounts and regular updates…

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22JUL 2016
Melbourne Music Week

Melbourne Music Week

This week marks the return of Melbourne Music Week, once again taking over the VIC capital for eight days and nights from this Friday 13 November with a huge array of gigs, showcases, and unique experiences. Kick off your MMW with a Melbourne triple threat The site of the MMW flagship hub venue this year is the Former Royal Women s Hospital and helping cut the sonic ribbon…

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20JUL 2016
Perth Music Festival

Perth Music Festival

Sickening video has emerged of a security guard being kicked in the head at an under 18 music festival The footage show the security guard collapsing to the ground after he suffers the brutal blow A loud crunch is heard as the man is forcefully struck in the face with a ‘coward kick’. The crowd gasps in horror, as the security guard falls forward limply When a boy in a white…

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18JUL 2016
Perth Music festivals 2015

Perth Music festivals 2015

It’s another blow for the state which continues to lose festivals. Two of the WA’s biggest festivals – Future Music and Big Day Out – have been cancelled nationally and Soundwave skipped Perth in this year with no plans to return. CIRCÓ organisers took to Facebook explaining, “As the final parts of the lineup and stage setups were piecing together we were left looking at something…

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16JUL 2016
Food Festivals Australia

Food Festivals Australia

Expect themed degustations, brewers’ breakfasts and guided food tastings of locally foraged fare across the region, while those keen to enjoy a hands-on experience can try bread-making, cheese-making classes and even beekeeping. As well as grown-up tastings, there are also plenty of family-friendly activities such as farm visits on offer. • highcountryharvest.com.au » Margaret…

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14JUL 2016
Rivoli Cinemas session times

Rivoli Cinemas session times

Rivoli Cinemas (also known as Rivoli Theatre and New Rivoli Theatre ) is an eight-screen multiplex in the Hawthorn East suburb of Melbourne. Noted for its Art Deco architecture, the cinema reopened on 4 May 2, following a $16 million refurbishment that included a large extension. History of the cinema [edit] Located at 200 Camberwell Road, Rivoli Cinemas opened on 11 October…

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12JUL 2016
African Festival 2014

African Festival 2014

The festival will run for 2 days in Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake s city On Wednesday, April 2, 2014, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the 2014 African American Festival Musical Artist Performances and Experiences. “We are truly making Baltimore a key destination for people on the East Coast. From our ethnic celebrations to our arts festivals and other tourist attractions…

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10JUL 2016
Queer NYC

Queer NYC

Tyler Ford takes us through a day in their life. By Tyler Ford. Images by Paul Choi I am a 24-year-old, queer, agender person of color living in New York City — and I want to tell you about my average day. Feeling misunderstood seems to be a common human experience — but for people like me whose narratives are not represented as often in mainstream media, it’s our everyday…

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