“I forgot how intense the show was,” Keiynan Lonsdale laughs at the thought of the 14-hour schedule of Dance Academy. “We were all dancers four years ago, but now we had to pretend that we were just as good, if not better.
The Wall to Wall festival is now in its third year, and serves as one largest celebrations of street art in Australia, and most certainly in regional Victoria.
Look out everyone, the Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) will be returning for another massive movie marathon this month. Going strong for 27 years, MQFF is well known for their striking appearance of LGBTIQ cinema and amazing films from all over the world. The festival has always been a huge support of the queer film making community, and this year is no exception.
A powerful fusion of contemporary dance and storytelling, Bangarra Dance Theatre’s Terrain takes you on a journey, transporting audiences to Lake Eyre, the place of Australia’s inland sea, and will be featured at Geelong’s GPAC next month as part of a regional tour.
In one place, on one day, Pakington street comes alive with an abundance of colour, unique costumes, live music, street performers, multicultural food, and traditional dancing in celebration of Geelong’s diverse mix of cultures with people from all walks of life.