Review: The Book of Mormon is worthy of all the hype (Now playing at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne)

The Book of Mormon has been one of the most talked about musicals to ever make its way down under, and this weekend the Australian premiere was held in Melbourne to officially commence its long awaited run on our shores – some six years after it made box office history in New York City. The comedic musical comes to us from the the creators of South Park and Avenue Q, and it’s a show that is so wrong, yet so right… wrong in all the best ways – the ones that will have you in stitches from start to end. Believe the hype. This show is not to be missed. Continue reading →

Talking all things fashion and music with Client Liaison

The Client Liaison boys Harvey and Monte are always ahead of the trends and are known for their on point #farshun choices. Honestly, how do we keep up? Thanks to a collaboration with Kirsty Barros, this luxury summer line brings us every bit of peach and lime goodness in stylish apparel and accessories. It’s hard to feel cool around these guys but it doesn’t really matter when they’re just bloody awesome.... Read More | Share it now!

Barry Conrad catches us up on Grease and his upcoming year in theatre

Chats with Barry Conrad always consist of many belly laughs, lots of talk about food and somehow getting off the phone with an extra pep in your step. The guy has been hard at work yet again having just been announced to play Kenickie in Grease – The Arena Experience. We couldn’t be happier for Barry. We have no doubt 2017 is going to be a ripper year for him.... Read More | Share it now!

Getting to know the Lisa Wilkinson behind the camera

We all know Lisa Wilkinson as co-host of the Today show on Channel 9, but now we are about to see her work as she steps behind the camera. In her first photographic exhibition, Wilkinson celebrates Australian women with 10 powerful portraits of those who have both inspired her and influenced modern Australia. The series includes Asher Keddie, Deborah-Lee Furness, Dame Marie Bashir, Peta Credlin, Turia Pitt, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Cate McGregor, Gretel Packer, Mia Freedman and Dr Susan Carland. It’s been an intense three months but the exhibition is finally open.... Read More | Share it now!

A quick chat with Bonnie Anderson as she makes her musical theatre debut in Godspell Reimagined

Back in 2007, a young 12-year-old blew us away with her powerhouse vocals on the reality TV show Australia’s Got Talent. Bonnie Anderson took out the title and has since carved a very successful recording career for herself. Ever challenging herself and growing in her artistry, Anderson is now venturing into the world of musical theatre as she makes her debut in Godspell Reimagined alongside Mark Dickinson, Chris Southall and special guest star Colleen Hewett. We got to chat to the lovely songstress about this new phase of her career, and what’s coming up after the show.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Kinky Boots is filled with colour and heart – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne (Performances until January 15th)

11 years ago, Kinky Boots burst onto the big screen starring Hollywood A-listers Chiwetel Ejiofor (Love Actually, 12 Years A Slave) as Lola, and our very own Joel Edgerton (Felony, Animal Kingdom) as Charlie. Inspired by a true story, this heartwarming family film was nominated for various awards and rightfully so, caught the attention of one of music’s biggest icons, Cyndi Lauper. Well, the rest is history making its Broadway debut in 2013.... Read More | Share it now!

Choreographer Matthew Bourne stops in Melbourne to announce his latest venture. We got the inside scoop.

This man needs no introduction, but alas, we’ll give him one anyway! Matthew Bourne is a pioneer in the arts industry, taking dance to wider audiences. Next year, his latest venture Lord of the Flies will find a home exclusively in Melbourne. Based on the novel by William Golding comes an inventive show unlike any other. We were lucky enough to  sit down with the man himself and have a chat about its origins and what it means for young aspiring male dancers.... Read More | Share it now!