You Am I and Adalita have much in common and, having shared a stage on countless occasions across their careers, it was a joy to experience both in full flight on Thursday night at the Gov.
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L.R. Marsh’s debut solo offering The Ghosts Of is music to enjoy with a late night whiskey by the fire or to see you through a lazy Sunday afternoon.
From The Jam only played for an hour and a half at The Gov, but they did not waste a single minute of it! A fantastic show!
There’s no shortage of scares when a bunch of teens find themselves caught in a town curse on Halloween.
Good Boys is a comedy that misses the mark totally. It’s a tacky, predictable and ultimately unsatisfying film.
XXX Neon Sign is the inaugural show for the newly established Rumpus Theatre collective of Bowden in the repurposed space previously occupied by Fontanelle Gallery on Sixth Street. South Australian composer Dan Thorpe, with a growing reputation for experimental nous, cuts an isolated figure at the piano as he navigates Australian poet James Andre’s work of the same title, illuminating Andre’s personal recollections of working in a porno store in Brisbane.
On behalf of director, Michael Engler, you are cordially invited to re-enter the world of high teas, proper manners and well dressed period drama in the film version of Downton Abbey.
SAFIA livened up a cold night at HQ on the second leg of their “Story’s Start or End” tour.