Last night I had the pleasure of attending opening night of Pearangi Creative’s newest show, Lovepuke. As part of this years Auckland Fringe Festival and the director’s Meg Andrews’ directorial debut, this play about love, romance, sex and all the up and downs, break ups and make ups, this is not a show to miss! […]
The gods of Spaghetti’s pantheon would like you to think they were masters alone of the universe. Alas they are not the only pantheon. Neither the first nor the last in any regard. Pantheons have often fought for control over their universes, and few collaborate. Spaghetti’s gods in a rash of good luck have found […]
A rising star in the world of words, 2019 sees Ben Norris make his debut appearance at Stanza Poetry Festival… Hello Ben, so where are you from & where are you at at, geographically speaking? I’m from Nottingham. I currently live in London but I’m back in Notts more and more these days, as I’ve […]
Can a movie trigger a revolution? Moving images can do a lot. They can make us cry, force us to rethink our perspective on the world, even introduce ourselves to the corners of the world that we did not know existed. But can they really be a revolutionary force for change? It takes a lot […]
Who are we? To ourselves and to others? An alarm clock A baby onesie A knitted scarfA photograph It’s an intimate tale, set in an intimate space, told by a woman who remembers everything. The small room at the Bakehouse Theatre is perfect for this kind of storytelling. Tracy’s story begins at 1:30am on the […]
One of the artists in BLAZE THIRTEEN described their participation as “a big deal”. It was always meant to be – as an annual exhibition of emerging visual arts practice in the ACT and a “best of” new artists from the previous year, in this instance 2018. Since 2006 when Leah Bullen, Karena Keys, Marina Nielson, […]
I’m so tempted to go into characters from My Little Pony but a) I don’t know anything about modern MLP and b) bronies. Nope. Anyway, I know that I’ve described my friendship with Laura otherwhere, and she came over to hang out. I coerced her into letting me paint her up like her sweater, in glorious, vibrant […]
Actor Christopher Samuel Carroll is a man of few… and many words!