Just how far would we go if we had the chance; if we were pushed far enough that the reason and responsibility put on us by our social world were swept away, just for a couple of hours? If we got mad enough.
Lionel is lonely. Well, he is broken, rejected and just generally down.
The Noir Revue hit town on Friday night, promising a return to a time “when men were men and femmes were fatale”. ★★★
This latest novel by William Boyd has a beguiling premise. It purports to be a memoir written by a woman photographer in the late 1970s, looking over the extraordinary life she has led through many of the conflicts of the 20th century.
Butterfly Theatre is presenting three short two-handed plays by outstanding Melbourne playwright Raimondo Cortese in an engaging evening at the Wheatsheaf Hotel.
The story of Orpheus and the Underworld is a staple of Greek mythology. Orpheus goes down to see Hades and Persephone and sings so sweetly that they have pity on him and return his recently deceased wife, Eurydice, to him.