Well known Australian writer director Matthew Saville (Please Like Me, The Slap, The Secret Life of Us) brings to audiences his latest movie “A Month of Sundays”.
The Aussie movie is based around the main character Frank Mollard (Anthony LaPaglia), who encounters a funny incidence of receiving a phone call from his “Mum”, even though his Mum past away last year.
From there, the movie unfolds introducing Frank’s somewhat mundane, ordinary life working as a real estate agent.
Feeling hungry for a dorayaki?!
“An” - the movie by Naomi Kawase is showing at Luna Leederville, and the story revolves around a baker selling dorayaki – a Japanese pancake filled with a sweet red bean paste “an”.
Life for Sentaro the baker is so-so and as he goes about his daily life, he appears sad and lonely to his customers with little to laugh about.
The story takes an interesting turn when an elderly lady by the name of Tokue applies to help him out in his bakery.
It was cooking hot at the Night Noodle Markets last weekend, and I don’t mean just the noodles in the wok, as a friend and I turned up at the markets to be greeted by a very lively market atmosphere.
The Night Noodle Markets at the Elizabeth Quay is being held as part of Good Food Month Perth.
What really happened that afternoon?
We’ll probably never know…….
Black Swan State Theatre Company’s presents its 2nd feature of 2016, this time the iconic “Picnic at Hanging Rock”, adapted by Tom Wright and based on Joan Lindsay’s classic 1967 novel.
Don't expect a simple stage version of Peter Weir's 1975 film masterpiece though.
Who the heck is this Xavier bloke that writes about his FIFO adventures in Australia?!
In case you were wondering - yes, poor Xavier does go out of his mind at the mines, as told through his latest book “Going out of my Mined”.
Hot off the stage from performing The Dinner Party (totally hilarious!) at Fringe World Perth 2016 recently, Xavier continues the story of his FIFO adventures with the sequel to his first book “Mining my Own Business”.His 2nd book aptly named “Going out of my Mined” makes a great read for those looking for an uncut insight into life as a FIFO worker as told through the lens of Xavier.
My partner and I tend to park out of the city and walk in to Fringe World to avoid the traffic, so when we arrived early to Paco Erhard's show at the Comedy Shack, we decided to rest our legs by sitting down on the ledge to the left of the main entrance.
We amused ourselves by watching the various fitness fanatics arrive and leave from the gym upstairs in the venue (more on this later), and idly watching passers by walking down Parker Street in Northbridge.
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