When this art exhibition publicises affordable they mean it. With a cap of AUD12,000 there is something for everyone's budget.
It is always fun to get out and about in Melbourne and there is certainly plenty on offer. My top picks are the following: October 2018 MADIBA THE MUSICAL is currently showing at the Comedy Theatre in the city. I was lucky to be invited to the preview which was excellent. The musical portrays the... Continue Reading →
Waterfalls, walking trails, superb places to eat. Zip lining, treetop walks, light houses, helicopter rides, paddling through marine reserves ...such fun on the Great Ocean Road.
On a recent jaunt to Sydney having revisited some of our favourite haunts around Circular Quay and the Rocks, we decided not to be phased by the rain and enjoy more of Sydneys landscape, so we decided to bite the bullet and go for a trip on a Harley Davidson and what a great decision... Continue Reading →
Please note the list below is our selection of what you can look forward to in the next quarter. I hope you like our top pics. May 7- June 12 Singing in the Rain – (Andam Garcia) @ Her Majesty’s Theatre May 13- July 17 The Sound of Music – (Cameron Daddo & Amy Lehpamer)... Continue Reading →
Whether you are sporty, arty, a foodie, a wine lover, historian or a traveller -- Melbourne offers something for everyone whatever age you are. Muso's unite -- from free concerts in the Myer Music Bowl to Opera Australia and the Australian Ballet performances at the Arts Centre and the heart of Melbourne's jazz scene at... Continue Reading →
Please note the list below are our selection of what's good and happening in the next quarter in Melbourne we hope you like them. Until April 24 Andy Warhol / Al Weiwei (NGV) Jan 16-Jan 24 The City of Melbourne Sunset Series Jan 17-Feb 7 Midsumma Festival in Melbourne (annual queer celebration) Jan 18 - Jan... Continue Reading →
It’s that time of year again and this year it is bigger and better, with a big touch of wow! Head down to the banks of the Yarra River to Birrarung Marr. If you would like to have your tastebuds blown away then do wander around and try out some of the many fusion bites... Continue Reading →
This opera was stupendous, funny and very entertaining, and the actors who played the leads were superb. In particular the four key characters that held my attention with their superb acting and voices were: Don Pasquale played by Conal Coad, Norina played by Rachelle Durkin and the clever Dr Malatesta played by Samuel Dundas and... Continue Reading →