Rocketman does nothing short of strap you in and send you deep into the life of Elton John on his rise to fame, the fantastical, bejewelled, colourful, explosion of chaos that it is… You walk into this film expecting to see the music and the career that made the legend, but what you’re gifted is the beautifully raw Reginald Kenneth Dwight, learning that the only love he ever needed to want was his own. Rocketman is a cinematic musical masterpiece and a heart-warming ode to selflove.
It is safe to say, that Aladdin did not disappoint!
All-in-all, a good one if you’re not up to thinking much, The Hustle does deliver a good punch of humour for a rainy-day in.
Punk genre-melding five-piece, Zebrahead returned to Australia for the first time in five years
STC’s Hydra is a challenging post-feminist re-examination of the relationship between George Johnston and Charmian Clift that, in its fiery volatility, created some of our nation’s most memorable literature.
Check out Kay Cann’s photos of Gary Clark Jr and Hamish Anderson from their performance at Thebarton Theatre […]
Bringing along US based Aussie expat Hamish Anderson as a support act, Gary Clark Jr treated us to an exhibition of guitar mastery at Thebarton Theatre on ANZAC Day, in what was a grand celebration of modern blues music.
There was no better way to begin the Easter Holidays than a night with Pagan as they kicked off ‘The Evil Eye’ national tour at the Crown and Anchor on Thursday 18 April.
Two years after the release of his debut album Telluric, Matt Corby announced to the world what he had […]
There are a number of gags that challenge the stereotypes around young black women, and Little is largely a film of female empowerment, supported by an all-black female lead cast. The fact that, at 13, Martin herself is the driving force behind the film is pretty exceptional to say the least.