Reviews

Review: Glenferrie Lodge

Glenferrie Lodge, situated mere metres down the road from Kirribilli house, bills itself as a “3 star character hotel” ideal for student travellers on a budget. Among the perks it claims is water views, free breakfast, and a casual, home grown atmosphere. While the water views are limited to the …

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Review: Typical System – Total Control

By Kyle Redman It’s been three years since Melbourne post-punk, cult supergroup of sorts, Total Control released their debut full-length album Henge Beat to supreme under-hype – which was bizarre, to say the least. Total Control boasts Dan Stewart from UV Race acclaim, and Mickey Young of Eddy Current Suppression …

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Review: Still Alive – Exhibition

By Sarah Fernandes The Refugee Art Project is a locally run, not-for-profit collective that organises art classes for asylum seekers and refugees. Still Alive is an exhibition of original artworks created by participants from the Villawood Detention Centre, as well as from families and children who have been granted refugee …

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Review: Lucy – Luc Besson

By Lucia Watson Scarlett Johansson plays a highly evolved drug mule in this sci-fi action film from director Luc Besson. I must admit I don’t usually go for the mainstream box office hits, but the idea of a mainstream film that passes the Bechdel test piqued my curiosity. Lucy follows …

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Theatre Review: A streetcar named desire

On a Thursday night, after a particularly gruelling work week, the last thing I felt like doing was sitting down to three hours of amatuer student theatre. But after a speedy meal and the ever delightful 373, that’s exactly where I found myself. The play was familiar, the venue was …

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