“Imagine the way you want to live and then build it.” Big Time, a documentary profile of Bjarke Ingels — founder of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) — takes us deep inside the mind of a design master.
Can’t tell a Buff Orpington from a Barred Plymouth Rock? Watch Pecking Order’s exposé of the New Zealand poultry scene and you’ll definitely learn the difference between a cock of the walk and a feather duster.
A humanoid figure stands on stage next to a grand piano. Behind it sit musicians positioned in front of a giant screen. At the opening notes of the music, the figure slowly lifts its head.
Abracadabra! Adelaide’s Cabaret Festival is almost over and if you’re looking for a silly, sexy (depending on what turns you on) and more than slightly manic way to end the season, then The Magic Inside is the ticket for you.
With only the merest glint from light-reflecting sequins to draw attention to her frame, a diva sings. Rewind after the opening number and we speed from Wagner to a childhood in Lagos — so begins the story of Little Black.
Roll up! Roll up! Get ready to gawk at the depraved and the downtrodden, the freaks and the bums on the wharf in the rain. The musical vagabonds are back and they’re luring us into the shadows for a stroll through the wrong end of town.