Love & Anger | Betty Grumble

I've used the word hilarious much throughout this review, but Love & Anger isn't merely funny, it really is hilarious. And genius. If you enjoy lewd comedy with a big heart and a big brain, you need some Grumble in your life. If, however, you're a bit of a prude, still go see this show; it might just fix you up.

 

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Enzo | Eddie Rayner

Twenty one years ago, Split Enz keyboardist Eddie Rayner rearranged some of his former band’s music and presented them in a collaboration with the NZ Symphony Orchestra. This week Rayner marked the anniversary of that show with a performance in Melbourne.

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Like Running Water

When a trio of successful and well respected female Melbourne musicians team up for a one off gig to “deconstruct pop music”, it’s hard not to be intrigued, especially when it’s set within the hushed and carved confines of the Elisabeth Murdoch hall.

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