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Venus in Fur – Lightning Jar Theatre

By | March 14th, 2018|theatre|

Wow!! What an amazing piece of theatre. We went to the opening night of Venus in Fur last night. It was written by David Ives, starring Darcy Kent and Tilly Legge. It was intriguing right until the end, and made me realise again today that sometimes the person who withholds information and their motive is [...]

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nerves before an adventure in the world with friends

By | November 16th, 2017|daily life, design, friends, professional, theatre|

I am a bit nervous about going out tonight. I am going to see some theatre with Maximilien and some other people. We are going to have drinks and dinner beforehand. Work has become so enjoyable, and so incredibly productive, since I have signed up to a few new things, and getting out into the [...]

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In Between Two – Melbourne Festival

By | October 11th, 2017|art, comedy, interesting people, music, theatre|

I saw Joelistics and James Mangonhig from TZU perform tonight. What a treat. We got tickets to ‘In Between Two’ showing as part of the Melbourne Festival. It was a rich tapestry of storytelling, music, comedy and visual delights. Such an amazing and uplifting history.

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Love Kills 2017 – Melbourne Fringe

By | September 23rd, 2017|bars and restaurants, theatre|

Love Kills 2017 was an interesting collection of pieces of theatre. It was performed in the basement of a great bar - Caz Reitop's Dirty Secrets and this added to the atmosphere. The short plays were a diverse collection of stories that took the audience from elation to interest to despair over the course of [...]

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The Way Out – Red Stitch Theatre – Josephine Collins

By | August 22nd, 2017|interesting people, theatre|

Although, it was haunting, how the dystopian future played out in Australia, in this play 'The Way Out'. It took them two years to develop this play in association with the Red Stitch Theatre in St Kilda. It certainly came across as a very polished piece of work. The acting was superb. Especially the actor [...]

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Human Error – The Baker’s Dozen

By | June 29th, 2017|theatre, weather|

I love the theatre. Even when it is bad it is good. There is just something about it. Tonight I went to see Human Error by the Baker's Dozen Theatre Company in North Melbourne. It was interesting and entertaining. The set design and acting was amazing. An AI led end of the world and the [...]

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lovely, physical, real world

By | May 7th, 2017|art, holidays, technology, theatre|

The humble art of housework. It is the most amazing antidote to the web, to the world of business and commerce and being constantly switched 'on'. There is something so satisfying about getting into the physical world and doing something visceral, something physical. I guess exercise is a similar antidote. Or cooking. It takes the [...]

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