First Look: Bask in the Glow of Bar Paradox, Supernormal’s Subterranean Drinking Den, Before It’s Too Late
12 Apr 2022
Food & Drink For the next two weeks, it’s the place to be. Descend the spiral staircase for delightfully squishable pork katsu rolls and build-your-own “baolinis” paired with clever cocktails by Orlando Marzo.
A Self-Effacing Shed Bakery Among the Gum Trees Is Churning Out Some of Victoria’s Best Sourdough
16 Aug 2022
Food & Drink Including loaves, danishes and croissants that take five days to make. Since opening this dedicated spot in mid-2020, the team behind Ket Baker has been making waves – and pulling crowds – on the Bellarine Peninsula.
Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap at the Comedy Theatre
15 Aug 2022
Entertainment The world’s longest-running play – by the queen of intrigue and mystery – is coming to Melbourne, directed by Aussie theatre icon Robyn Nevin. With plot twists and subterfuge, it’s a race to figure out whodunnit before all is revealed.
Thor’s Clothes (and More) Come to ACMI
12 Aug 2022
Art & Design The god of love and thunder is here in Melbourne – or at least his clothes are. In partnership with ACMI, we speak to curator Bethan Johnson about the Thor-centric costume centrepiece of its current exhibition, The Story of the Moving Image.