5 Must-See Exhibitions

From creative, to genius, to downright kooky – art can wear many a facade. But, lets face it – it can also be boring. The Plus Ones are taking the “hit-and-miss” factor out of your next attempt to explore your artsy…

Markets of the Season

There’s nothing quite like an afternoon spent strolling through the creative affair of a day market. Sampling the nibbles, taking your pick of the crafts, grabbing a steal and busking in the sights & sounds of live entertainment. Below are…

10 Best Sydney Events – June 2015: The Plus Ones’ Guide

As the winter-chills set in, this cosmopolitan town is keeping its lights on (brighter than ever), and The Plus Ones are bringing you our pick of 10 June shindigs to keep Sydneysiders from activating hermit mode: Light Show – Visual…

Negroni Week ’15: Where to

As though 350 varieties of pasta and about as many varietals of wine weren’t enough; those Italians just had to bring us a cocktail so popular, we’d dedicate an entire week to it. Be it at a classic aperitivo or that slick…

Underground Cinema’s ‘PATRIOT’ experience

Everything about Underground Cinema is a surprise. The film is secret. The location is secret. All you know is you’re going to watch a movie, interact with actors, and that you should dress a certain way. The UGC team are masters at…

French Theatre Company’s ‘Is Three Really a Crowd?’

‘Is Three Really a Crowd’ is the 87th production for the MFT in a history that goes back 38 years. Founded in 1977 by Michael Bula and A. David Gorrie. MFT’s latest offering was performed last week in the Open Theatre, the very…

Review of ‘Working: The Musical’

I’m a sucker for musicals, beautifully blended voices and a good story or three. All of this means I’m slightly in love with “Working: The Musical” presented by the Queensland Conservatorium’s final year students, bringing their show all the way from…

Film Review: Gemma Bovery

Gemma Bovery is the modern and very beautiful retelling of Gustav Flaubert’s classic novel, Madame Bovery. Based on the graphic novel by Posy Simmonds, director, Anne Fontaine (Coco before Chanel) presents her Gemma Bovery in flashback through the eyes of Martin Joubert (Fabrice Luchini), as…

Film Review: PIKU

Piku is a comedy that explores the dynamic relationship between a self-obsessed daughter, also named Piku (Deepika Padukone), and a suspected hypochondriac father played by renowned Indian actor, Amitabh Bachchan. Both characters struggle to find a way to make their…