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2016 Oscars Review Brydie Kosmina, with Seamus Mullins and Chelsea Allen   Palace Nova does a cheapy movie day on a Monday. I live in the city, and Mondays happen to be the only day I have off uni and work. Going to a cheap movie screening seems to be the best way to spend your time off when you’re a broke English student who has a media graduate for a boyfriend. That said, I did

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Live from Tandanya Theatre Thursday, February 25 Reviewed by: Max Cooper Love, Loss and Lattes is a gripping performance filled with skilful circus stunts. The show is themed around Missy's relationship with coffee, but the heart of the show is her outstanding physical dexterity. The show has a minimalist aesthetic, and the light touch with which technical elements like sound design an

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The German Club – Studio Wednesday 24th February Reviewed by: Natalie Carfora   I was 5 minutes late to review SLUT: The Play (oops sorry guys) and entered to a bunch of teenagers dressed in school uniforms gyrating on the stage. I immediately thought, ‘Woah, this is not what I thought it would be.’ Fortunately, that was far from the truth, and I left very impressed. &n

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Norwood Concert Hall Saturday 21st February Reviewed by: Daniel McLean Dylan Thomas’ radio play Under Milk Wood vivisects the lives of the townsfolk of Llareggub, a fictional Welsh town, exposing through a passel of voices the gossip, ambitions and tragedies of provincial life. Starring Guy Masterson, this production of Thomas’ play, staged at Norwood Concert Hall, and presen

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by Conrad Maclean Some time ago I received a mysterious phone call from a man named Abbie. Abbie said he was a policeman. Abby claimed to work in a terrorism unit. Abby wanted me to come down to the local police station for a chat. I assumed I was being questioned about a short journey I’d made to Kurdistan in 2013. When I met Abbie he didn’t seem to know anything about that. If

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Friday 19th February Worldsend Beer Garden   Instagrams 2 Grammys started with a strong support act, Chico Wills, an American comedian who was a real natural on stage.  His delivery was casual and his punch lines were amplified by his relaxed temperament.  Unfortunately, the show went downhill from here; this being one of those situations where the support was stronger than the

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