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Samuel Beckett’s ‘Not I’ and ‘Eh, Joe’ at La Mama Theatre

There are those who like the bleak, philosophical plays of mid-twentieth century Irishman, Samuel Beckett, and those who would rather swallow poison. On offer for us, in the subtle darkness of La Mama’s old theatre, were two short plays brought…

Credentials La Mama

David Williamson’s ‘Credentials’ come good

Australia’s most famous contemporary playwright, David Williamson returns to his theatre roots and renders a heroine for the times in Credentials, premiering for La Mama Theatre’s 50th anniversary. Invited by Artistic Director Liz Jones to present a commemorative work, Williamson…

Clayton & Me Cafe Reservoir

Food Bloggers’ Brunch at Clayton & Me

North-side brunch enthusiasts rejoice! Clayton & Me has opened its doors in Reservoir, serving up brekky favourites with a Mediterranean flair, and a whole bowl of playful childhood memories. Clayton & Me is the child (quite literally) of Angelo Pace….

Old Melbourne Gaol Ballard of Reading Gaol

‘The Ballad Of Reading Gaol’ at The Old Melbourne Gaol

In the dark cold of a Victorian prison, no one hears your cry. That was how it seemed for us, audience ‘inmates’, as we heard his searing lament on incarceration by famous 1895 convict, and literary giant, Oscar Wilde, in…

Winter Night Market VIP Party

Over Melbourne winter yet? We can’t make the cold weather go away, but we can help you take the edge off at the Queen Victoria Winter Night Market. It’s a firey wonderland full of mulled wine, global cuisines, local vendors,…

Gelato Messina Masterclass Melbourne

Gelato Appreciation Class at Gelato Messina

If there’s one thing most Melburnians can agree on it’s our common, undying love for Gelato Messina. From their experimental weekly specials with witty names to their hilarious ads featuring customer voicemails from New Year’s Eve, the company’s light-hearted sassy sense…

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‘Merciless Gods’: godly places with provocateur Christos Tsiolkas

A new theatrical adaptation of short stories by Melbourne author and The Slap provocateur, Christos Tsiolkas, Merciless Gods, paraded an underworld of need before a packed audience, elevating us to godly places. A must see show adapted by Dan Giovannoni, this…