Melbourne was where it all began for the Scottish-American band, and they gave back in spades.
Annabel Ross is a Reporter for The Age.
Next week the musical satire will hit Melbourne for the first time in a two-week run at Chapel Off Chapel.
The floor shakes and rolls as the women struggle to stay standing while they negotiate the debris-ridden room.
Talking to David Astle is a bit like talking to a dictionary.
At 79, British artist David Hockney embraces change better than many of his much younger peers.
You can't help but think that if Gertrude Stein were alive, she'd give the Victorian Opera's new production of Four Saints in Three Acts two thumbs up.
The latest work from renowned Melbourne choreographer Lucy Guerin makes its international premiere at Melbourne Festival next week.
They call him the Afghan Elvis, and while singer Farhad Darya isn't afraid to sing his own praises on occasion, the nickname, he says, is a "Western thing".
The Faith No More frontman has teamed up with Australian composer Anthony Pateras for his new project, which heads to Hobart for a world exclusive in January.
The multiple Tony Award-winning smash hit production written by Cyndi Lauper opens in Melbourne next month. What the world needs now is Kinky Boots, sweet Kinky Boots.