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Check out ‘Foolish Heart’ from Norwegian performer Nils Bech

Check out ‘Foolish Heart’ from Norwegian performer Nils Bech

Norwegian performer Nils Bech is about to release his fifth album and for the first time he’s writing about his experiences as a gay man. “This is the first time I’ve ever used him in a song,” Nils said of the songwriting. “I think there’s a naive perception that being a gay man or artist […]

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‘Kiss Club’ returns in a new format for 2020

‘Kiss Club’ returns in a new format for 2020

KISS club, the annual show that encourages performers to try out interactive work in development, is returning for 2020 albeit with a slightly different set up to accommodate for COIVD-19 restrictions. A performance event for ideas in development, KISS club features emerging and established artists across live and experimental arts practice. Created by Sydney based artist […]

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Stunning photograph wins ‘Love in London’ competition

Stunning photograph wins ‘Love in London’ competition

An image of a proposal at London Pride has won this year’s Love in London photo competition. Despite the UK lockdown hundreds of thousands of Londoners have flocked online to support the ‘Love in London’ photography competition, with a beautiful photo of a proposal at London Pride 2019 being voted the winner. This is the […]

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Ghost Light Opera delivers some classic Verdi

Ghost Light Opera delivers some classic Verdi

This week Paul O’Neill returns to the WA Opera’s Ghost Light Opera series to sing La Donna e Mobile from Rigoletto. He is accompanied by Tommaso Pollio. Every Saturday night the West Australian Opera releases a clip of a performer singing a well known aria. The series takes it name from a ghost light – […]

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‘The Voice Australia’ returns with a new round of aspiring singers

‘The Voice Australia’ returns with a new round of aspiring singers

The Voice – Australia will return to Channel Nine tonight for its ninth season, with original frontman Darren McMullen slipping back into the host role after Sonia Kruger’s return to Channel 7. He’ll be appearing alongside new co-host Renee Bargh. Kelly Rowland, Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrem and Boy George will all be returning as coaches […]

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Disney introduces their first gay main character in ‘Out’

Disney introduces their first gay main character in ‘Out’

Disney has introduced their first animated gay character in a leading role with the release of new short film Out.  Released ahead of the USA’s Pride month the new short animation tells the story of Greg, a young man who is afraid about coming out to his parents. Greg’s about to move in with his boyfriend […]

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Arca announces new album featuring Björk, SOPHIE, Shygirl and Rosalía

Arca announces new album featuring Björk, SOPHIE, Shygirl and Rosalía

Arca has officially announced the details of her new album KiCk i, which is set for release on June 26th. Produced and recorded by Arca, KiCk i defines a new era of multiplex harmony for the Venezuelan artist, singer, DJ, performer and experimental music composer. With appearances from Björk, Rosalía, Shygirl and SOPHIE, this is […]

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Josh Thomas series ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’ to return for season 2

Josh Thomas series ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’ to return for season 2

Aussie streaming service Stan has announced that fans can expect a second season of Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, the latest series from comedian Josh Thomas. Following the success of his home-grown series Please Like Me, Thomas set off to the states to lay the ground work for his second TV venture. Everything’s Gonna Be Okay stars Thomas as […]

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Bibliophile | Chris Flynn looks to the lessons of the past in ‘Mammoth’

Mammoth by Chris Flynn University of Queensland Press The inspiration for Chris Flynn’s wacky novel was an auction that was held in New York in 2007. Included in the 345 lots that were bought by the rich and famous was a 67 million year old skull of a Tyrannosaurus bataar, the severed hand of an […]

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New TV version of ‘High Fidelity’ switches genders for the better

New TV version of ‘High Fidelity’ switches genders for the better

It’s hard to believe it’s 20 years since the film High Fidelity was in cinemas. Nick Horby’s novel which was originally set in London, was relocated to Chicago where John Cusack delivered one of his most memorable roles as lovelorn record shop owner Rob Gordon. Now the story is getting a new outing with many changes to […]

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