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Having just rocked Sydney audiences with their
dance show, Femme Fatales of the Underworld.
the 21 strong cast is set to light a fire under
audiences in Melbourne and Adelaide with a dance
extravaganza featuring many of your favourite So
You Think You Can Dance performers.
Check it out on April 14 at Red Bennies, Melbourne
and April 17 at HQ Complex, Adelaide.
More dates to be announced.
Pep Phelan’s new exhibition takes over
the Can’t Think Straight gallery space at
Daylesford this month to deliver a series of
works that explore concepts of mainstream
social compliance, self-imposed limitation,
and the “infusion of spirituality as a means of
Phelan believes that not unlike wild animals
at the zoo, humanity too has been “caged and
held hostage by religion and politicians who
believe they are only ‘doing what is best’ for us,
forcing us to fear, hate, and feel vulnerability,
lack and insufficiency”. Witness her thesis at
work in her most recent creative endeavours
from April 1 at Can’t Think Straight, 41 Vincent
Through the Looking Glass
Contemporary artist Elissa Ramsay offers up a
serving of her eclectic abstracts which utilise resin,
recycled materials and etchings to deliver immensely
detailed art works. The nature of the materials used
creates a 3D effect, which lures audiences to look
through the work, dodging colour, metal, and hidden
agendas, leading and moving the viewer. The process
is the experience, which in itself is the artwork.
Come and enjoy these fantastic works from
March 25-April 14 at Monstrosity Gallery, Bourke
St, Woolloomooloo, NSW.
In celebration of Youth Week, Claire’s
Kitchen will launch a new mentoring
program for Twenty10 this month. The
events’ host Claire De Lune (Marc Kuzma)
spends the day with young people from
Twenty10 teaching them about cooking
and working in a restaurant whilst they
swap stories about their lives. To celebrate
they will hold a Claire’s Kitchen Twenty10
event at Slide Bar on Oxford St. Chef
Marc Kuzma has lined up entertainment
in the form of Alice and Alan’s Adventures
in Wonderland. accompanied by a
sumptuous three course menu themed as
a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
When: Wednesday April 20 from 7pm
Tix: $70.00 for dinner & show
Women on Waves
Long running JOY 94.9 fm show Women on
Waves is pleased to present its very first live
music event featuring ‘Horse’ McDonald.
The iconic Scottish Singer/songwriter (of
‘Careful’ fame) has delighted UK audiences
for years, toured with BB KING and Tina
Turner across Europe, taken the USA by
storm and has now decided to treat her
Melbourne fans to the opportunity to see her
strutting her stuff live.
When: Tuesday April 5 from 7.30 pm
Where: Wesley Anne Bar-Restaurant 250
High Street Northcote
Tix: $20.00/$15.00 (& Group Bookings of
ten or more)
Bookings: Phone 0417509267 or Info@
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