FILM REVIEW: LEAN ON PETE

  Lean on Pete is about a poor boy in more ways than one. This troubled teen was abandoned by his Mum and lives with his selfish father in poverty. His saving grace comes in the shape of an aging racehorse named Lean on Pete. This slow-burning drama sees this teen fall off his horse, only…

THEATRE REVIEW: IN THE MOOD @ STATE THEATRE SYDNEY (27.10.2018)

  In the Mood is a revue show celebrating the music, fashion and dance from the 1940s. Younger audiences may be unfamiliar with the big band tunes and jazz era songs. But for the older crowd, this music is a part of the fabric of their childhoods and the stuff their parents used to listen to….

FILM REVIEW: HER SOUND, HER STORY

  In the nineties, The Go-Betweens’ Lindy Morrison made the documentary, Australian Women In Rock & Pop Music- Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves. Fast forward to 2018 and the film Her Sound, Her Story documents many of the same issues that are still relevant. Gender disparity in the music industry is a pervasive issue with Play Your Gender from Canada…

BOOK REVIEW: DAVID GILLESPIE – TAMING TOXIC PEOPLE

  There is a high possibility that you either know or have encountered a psychopath. These un-empathetic, toxic individuals are reported to make up between 5% and 10% of the population, and as many as 20% of corporate leaders. Not all of these people are criminals or prisoners, many are high-functioning and successful people you…

THEATRE REVIEW: ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST @ SEYMOUR CENTRE SYDNEY

  Most people will be familiar with One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest through the iconic 1975 film that won five Oscars. The story was originally a novel by Ken Kesey and then a stage play by Dale Wasserman. The first Broadway production featured Kirk Douglas and Gene Wilder. Sport For Jove’s adaptation at the Seymour…