Rainee Blake has a lovely voice, obviously stylistically influenced by her musical muse Joni Mitchell, but her material in this show was mono-paced and needed a little more stylistic variation in order to consistently keep her audience’s full focus.
Author: Ken Grady
Stars at The Gov – What a great afternoon of high quality Oz rock!
A top class show, which you should check out if you are a ‘classic rock’ fan.
Tenor is a wonderful film. It is engaging, uplifting, full of wonderful images of bourgeois Paris, has a terrific ensemble cast, and it consistently sounds fantastic.
Michel Hazanavicius’ latest film comedy, Final Cut, is about a director and making a thirty minute continuous take B-grade zombie film. Plenty obviously can go horribly wrong. A lot of gory, slapstick humour ensues!
Mono is a fast-paced show with plenty of jokes throughout to keep even the most cynical patron smiling.
If you are going to write an eighty minute comic monologue about dying and organising funerals then you […]
There would be few better options for local music fans to attend on a lazy Sunday afternoon, than to see the veteran Adelaide band, Buffalo Drive live.
An honest and, at times, confessional show delivered with an appealing degree of warmth and humour.
June Again is a watchable but largely unconvincing and contrived exploration of dementia through one family’s journey from disintegration to resurrection.