In every aspect of the performance, elements of the old and new are seamlessly brought together.
Sequins, sass, shimmying and ghetto hip hop; not your usual Monday night fare, however when it comes to Hans the German (Matt Gilbertson), anything goes.
Velvet is smooth, sexy, luscious, exciting, heartwarming and damn good fun.
If you prefer films that are characterised by restraint, subtlety, and realism, then Three Hearts may not be to your taste…
From the moment you are presented with your black or white eye mask, offered beef jerky with ant sauce served out of a cow skull, it’s a journey of surprises that keeps you guessing.
One frat house with very little dignity is reminiscent of where we lay our scene as the Shotspeare actors perform an abridged version of Romeo and Juliet.
If you go along to Icons expecting to see a typical drag show, you’ll be surprised, but not disappointed.
As a band they may look to the past for inspiration, but their music is not just derivative. With thoughtful song construction and the soaring voice of Crowley, there is enough here to lift those hard rock sounds from the 80s and 90s and make them sound vital and fresh once again.
Supported by Aussie pop punk band Short Stack, The Vamps who brought us “Can We Dance?”, “Last Night” and, more recently, “Cecilia” were eagerly awaited by a legion of young fans.
Truckfighters tore a hole in the fabric of time and space, and left their audience overawed and in need of a lie-down after such a beautiful visual and aural assault.