To promote the unveiling of BBC Music, an innovative business model that is set to breathe longevity into its arts programming, 27 esteemed recording artists covered The Beach Boys’ 1966 hit God Only Knows. Continue Reading
It may be considered as one of the greatest performance pieces of all time. Could it be true that having been dead for 30 years, Andy Kaufman is alive and kicking it with Clooney in Venice? Continue Reading
Yesterday I received an email notification that Heston Blumenthal’s new Fat Duck restaurant was going to open in the heart of Melbourne at Crown Casino, but to get a seat you I’d to have to enter a ballot along with 16,000 other people and pay $525 if I got lucky.
All “best of” lists are subjective and usually cause an argument in the reading rooms at your local library. Hopefully this list will have the opposite effect. Here are 20 albums you should namedrop to show your deep knowledge of music. Continue Reading
The Palais Theatre is nestled between Port Phillip Bay near the end of the number 96 tramline to St Kilda, six kilometres southeast of Melbourne’s CBD. Tonight the Palais was hosting rock & roll royalty, Dylan — Bob Dylan. Continue Reading
Over the last five years as Collingwood in inner-Melbourne has gentrified into a haven of conservative bohemians, The Social Studio has been encouraging refugees and the underprivileged to embrace their creative side. Continue Reading