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Pet Shop Boys share their new video ‘Monkey Business’

Pet Shop Boys share their new video ‘Monkey Business’

Drag Queens, sailors and disco dancing feature in Pet Shop Boys video for their new tune Monkey Business.  “Bring me margaritas, champagne and red wine, we’re going to have a party where we all cross the line” singer Neil Tennant declares in their ode to fun and nightlife. The track is from the duo’s 14th album Hotspot […]

Meet the queens of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ season 12

Meet the queens of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ season 12

It’s that time again. RuPaul’s Drag Race is back with the 12th season of the main series, after a jam-packed year of drag TV in 2019. Thirteen queens have been revealed as competitors in a surprise announcement today – with reigning champion Yvie Oddly introducing the new batch of gals in the running for her crown. […]

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Sam Smith joins Pabllo Vittar, Kesha & Dua Lipa at Mardi Gras

Sam Smith joins Pabllo Vittar, Kesha & Dua Lipa at Mardi Gras

Pop pioneer Sam Smith is headed to the world famous Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade and will later join the official Mardi Gras Party with an electrifying performance on Saturday 29 February, 2020. Sam Smith has established themselves as one of the world’s most soulful voices and has topped the charts worldwide with […]

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RuPaul to be first drag queen to host ‘Saturday Night Live’

RuPaul to be first drag queen to host ‘Saturday Night Live’

For the first time in 45 seasons, Saturday Night Live is set to have a drag queen host the weekly variety special. RuPaul has been announced as the host of SNL on February 8th, alongside Justin Beiber as the episode’s musical guest. SNL hosts traditionally present an opening monologue before joining the cast of players […]

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Tiffany Barton looks into homelessness with ‘Do You Know Me?’

Tiffany Barton looks into homelessness with ‘Do You Know Me?’

2020 sees a new festival commence in Perth, Guerrilla Fest runs at the same time as the popular Fringe World festival, but organisers say their independent festival is more focused towards the needs of artists. One of the shows on offer is a site-specific, promenade performance which takes the audience on an exploration of the city’s streets, providing […]

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Bibliophile | Remarkable people write a ‘Letter To My Younger Self’

Letter to My Younger Self Edited by Jane Graham Allen & Unwin What advice would you give to your sixteen year old self? What part of your life would you want to revisit? Journalist Jane Graham wanted to encourage the famous people she interviewed to talk about their lives in revealing and honest ways and […]

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Tame Impala announce national tour this April

Tame Impala announce national tour this April

Perth band Tame Impala will head off on a national tour of Australia and New Zealand this April to celebrate the release of their latest album. Starting in Auckland on Thursday 16 April at Spark Arena, the all ages show heads to Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on Saturday 18 April, Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Monday […]

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What do you think of iOTA’s Eurovision song ‘Life’?

What do you think of iOTA’s Eurovision song ‘Life’?

Western Australian raised singer iOTA is one of the singers competing to represent Australia at Eurovision in 2020. He’s face off against a contingent of well know faces including Vanessa Amorosi, Casey Donovan and Jack Vidgen to be Australia’s choice for the camp international singing competition. The sing iOTA has chosen was submitted to the […]

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Review | ‘Bad Boys For Life’ is all about the car chases and gun fights

Review | ‘Bad Boys For Life’ is all about the car chases and gun fights

Bad Boys for Life | Dir: Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah | Opens Jan 16 | ★ ★ ★ ½  Seventeen years after their last outing Martin Lawrence and Will Smith return as cop buddy duo Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowrey. If all you remember from their first two films is car chases and gun fights […]

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Jo Darbyshire explores mental health history in ‘Tales of the Surreal’

Tales of the Surreal is a solo exhibition by Jo Darbyshire about the history of mental health, a response to Heathcote Hospital site and investigating the archives of the oral history collection from Heathcote Hospital which existed on the gallery site from 1928 until 1994. Jo presents a body of work, installation, sculptural works and […]

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