Get ready for The Bootleg Beatles
Oct02

Get ready for The Bootleg Beatles

Direct from London, THE BOOTLEG BEATLES, the world’s first and finest homage to the Fab Four will be performing at the Frankston Arts Centre on Sunday November 5. Now in their 37th year, THE BOOTLEG BEATLES have performed over 5,000 shows worldwide. Their stunning authenticity coupled with their musical credibility has seen them perform at some of the world’s best-known venues such as Wembley Stadium, the Royal Albert Hall, Knebworth,...

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Hip hop duo hit heights
May31

Hip hop duo hit heights

AUSSIE hip hop duo Horrorshow are bringing their show to the Chelsea Heights Hotel on Friday 9 June as part of their nationwide tour in the wake of the release of their Bardo State album. Producer Adit Gauchan says the band is touring with a full band on the tour to showcase songs from the album. “I’ve been listening to a lot of Soulection in recent years, that’s definitely found its way into the production, whether that’s Carmack, or...

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Bakersfield Mist
May22

Bakersfield Mist

“Miracles happen. Don’t they?” Starring Gold Logie Award winner John Wood and Julie Nihill, Bakersfield Mist is a provocative and hilarious look at what makes art – and people – authentic. Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day. Maude (Julie Nihill), an unemployed bartender, has bought a painting for a few bucks from an opp shop. Despite almost trashing it, she now thinks it’s a Jackson Pollock...

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All that jazz
May15

All that jazz

From Burlesque Blues To The Icons of Australian Jazz, The 2017 Mornington Winter Jazz & Blues Festival Has It All…. With the Mornington Winter Jazz and Blues Festival now just weeks away excitement is starting to build as Mornington gets set to welcome some of Australia’s finest musicians and artists to the Peninsula for one very special long weekend. As always Mornington bars and restaurants will come alive with the sound of...

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Photography, architecture and the human form
May15

Photography, architecture and the human form

The exhibition Max & Olive focuses on the work of two photographers who shared their lives and studio for much of the 1930s and 1940s before going their separate ways. Max Dupain and Olive Cotton contributed enormously to 20th century Australian photography with Dupain ultimately being regarded as ‘Australia’s most respected and influential black and white photographer’ of this period. His famous 1937 work Sunbaker features in...

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