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moulin rouge! the musical is a spectacular feast for the senses

Moulin Rouge! The Musical is a spectacular feast for the senses

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Image: Global Creatures/ Michelle Grace Hunder Review: Moulin Rouge! The Musical Someone wise once observed that theatre is the only artform to acknowledge its audience, and that’s why it will never die. As patrons press eagerly...
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  Photo courtesy of Apple Corps Ltd The Beatles’ Get Back project, undertaken in January 1969, has finally been completed. Again. For most of the last 50 years it has been known as Let it Be, a...
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It’s 30 years since Freddie Mercury died. His music is still the soundtrack of...

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  AAP Image/Peter Hince Freddie Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara in 1946) died on this day 30 years ago. A prolific songwriter, arranger and music producer, a consummate theatrical entertainer and one of the 20th century’s...
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Beyond Bluey: why adults love re-watching Australian kids’ TV from their childhoods

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Sunday essay: how do I understand who I am, when my family have hidden...

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