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Billy Eichner gets his first serious boyfriend on Difficult People Season 3

Billy Eichner gets his first serious boyfriend on Difficult People Season 3




John Cho is set to join the cast of Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner’s hit comedy Difficult People as the third season kicks off later this year, taking on the role of Billy’s first serious boyfriend. The show follows the ever-cynical openly gay Billy and his best gal pal / fellow comedian Julie as they navigate New York […]

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Le1f announces name change, drops new track with Teengirl Fantasy

Le1f announces name change, drops new track with Teengirl Fantasy




New York rapper Le1f has taken to Facebook to announce a new direction in his music, along with a new track with surreal electronic duo Teengirl Fantasy. Le1f, who will now be performing and recording as Khalif Jones (real name Khalif Diouf), burst onto the rap scene with his unique style of queer-infused rap, dance […]

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Ode To Man explores the death of masculinity at The Blue Room Theatre

Ode To Man explores the death of masculinity at The Blue Room Theatre




Writer/Performer Emma Mary Hall returns with collaborating Director Prue Clark with a new multi-media work that investigates the death of masculinity. Ode To Man is a series of vignettes that blend storytelling, poetry, projection and music to “interrogate the future for Australian men in a world where women dream to have it all.” Hall’s character […]

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Bibliophile | Bill Hayes muses on love and loss in the city that never sleeps




Insomniac City by Bill Hayes Bloomsbury Bill Hayes moved to New York from San Francisco in 2009. He took very little with him as he wanted to leave behind reminders of his previous life with his partner who had died from AIDS. At 48 years of age, he had no savings and all his belongings […]

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Kath and Kim meets Strictly Ballroom with Peter & Bambi Heaven

Kath and Kim meets Strictly Ballroom with Peter & Bambi Heaven




The Gold Coast’s most deluded dancing magicians, Peter & Bambi Heaven are moving their way across the country to make magic happen. Asher Treleaven (La Soiree) and Gypsy Wood (Miss Cage Dance Universe Australia) are Peter & Bambi Heaven. Together, they’ve crafted the greatest magical variety stunt show in Australia, recruiting acts from all across […]

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Julie Andrews’ new Netflix show stars non-binary character

Julie Andrews’ new Netflix show stars non-binary character




A new Netflix children’s program starring the legendary Julie Andrews features a young character who identifies as non-binary and gender neutral. Julie’s Greenroom aims to teach children about the performing arts with Andrews, Hollywood stars and a cast of The Jim Henson Company’s puppet kids. Riley, the auburn-haired gender neutral member of the puppet cast, is […]

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Lex Randolph investigates gender and the body in Human Becomings

Lex Randolph investigates gender and the body in Human Becomings




Human Becomings was Lex Randolph’s first solo exhibition, hosted by Paper Mountain Gallery, upstairs at 267 William St Northbridge. Lex Randolph’s continuing investigations reveal the impacts of gender and body on identity through his art making practice utilising drawings, watercolour, soft sculpture and installation. Human Becomings is a quasi-museum of real and imaginary body parts. […]

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Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey book a date for some country classics

Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey book a date for some country classics




Country singers Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey have booked a date at the Astor Theatre in September to deliver some classic country duets to their fans. The duo have teamed up for a new record The Great Country Songbook Volume II. It sees the pair take on well known songs including Don’t Gall in Love with a […]

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Rapper Davy Duzit shares his wet dream

Rapper Davy Duzit shares his wet dream




Rapper Davey Duzit has just released a video for his new tune Wet Dream. The artist, who is originally from Melbourne, but is now based in London. Duzit’s first EP Lost Boy came out in January 2015, and he followed it up with a second collection of tunes Demon’s Demise, a year later. Davey’s new song Wet Dream, features vocals […]

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The Cranberries revisit their greatest hits




Irish band The Cranberries are back with a new album that revisits their greatest hits, presenting them in a whole new style. The band’s latest release Something Else sees them revisit their hits, playing acoustic and orchestral versions of their much loved tunes including Linger, Zombie, Dreams and Ode to My Family. The album also featured three new songs […]

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