The Play That Goes Wrong revels in other's misfortune with highly physical comedy, an abundance of unruly props and a set fraught with hidden peril.
Annabel Ross is a Reporter for The Age.
It's the day before one of Melbourne's biggest events of the year, but first-time artistic director of White Night David Atkins says it's all under control.
White Night's music program may not boast as many recognisable names this year, but that doesn't mean the standard of talent is any lower, according to first-time artistic director David Atkins.
For a few hours on the evening of March 4, thousands of people immaculately dressed in white will descend upon a mystery Melbourne site for a most civilised al fresco dinner party.
Medusa will hang from the trees in Alexandra Gardens next Saturday night, casting a glow over the lawn as her five-metre long tentacles swing in the breeze.
They're pretty enough to give even the staunchest tattoo detractor pause for thought.
Laneway Festival review to come Sunday AM.
Last January, when interviewed by Vice Australia about his thoughts on Australia Day, Indigenous hip-hop artist Adam Briggs was unequivocal. "I pull the blinds and I shut everything down," he said.
Kate Miller-Heidke kicks off a national tour of orchestra concerts in Melbourne on Saturday.
Saturday's line-up was stacked with impressive acts from start to finish; a solid 11 hours of quality music, with perfect sunny-but-not-too-hot weather to boot.