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The sequel to 2011 comedy hit A Few Best Men is here. Forget the questionable grammar of its title, A Few Less Men boasts an expanded cast as Xavier Samuel, Kris Marshall and Kevin Bishop are joined by Shane Jacobson, Deborah Mailman, Ryan Corr, Jeremy Sims and Sacha Horler for some great Australian high jinks.

 

The film opens in Australian cinemas on Thursday March 9, but we’re...

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Nicky Bomba’s all-star (and all-ska) collective Melbourne Ska Orchestra sure know how to throw a party – and now they’re hosting the barbecue to go with it. The band’s new Ska-BQ tour sees MSO and a bunch of their best mates hitting venues around the country, all in support of Saturn Return, a full-length album of unreleased recordings from the ARIA Award-winning Sierra-Kilo- Alpha.

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Shakespeare is getting a makeover with Superhal, a production opening at NIDA Parade Theatre in March. Written and directed by John Galea, the play uses classic characters from Shakespeare’s Henriad and recasts them using imagery and archetypes of the superhero genre.

 

It’s the latest from The Puzzle Collective, a company of artists, writers, actors and engineers looking to...

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Remember when Homer Simpson founded the grunge band Sadgasm? Well this is much better than that.   Your favourite Byron Bay hell-raisers Skegss have teamed up with the Brag to give away a merch bundle even Homer would ditch his tried and tested wares for.   Donning the prize pack of a 'Everyone is Good at Something' tee, a 'Holden' tee, plus a pair of Black Flame socks, Homer shows off...
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Following the release of a new album crafted with a little help from her friends, Martha Wainwright is coming to make more friends Down Under. Goodnight City, released last year, featured compositions by Wainwright’s peers and family, including her esteemed brother Rufus. She’s a regular visitor to Australia, but rarely does she perform at a venue as photogenic as Taronga Zoo.

 

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There’s a new battle to be fought. For Honor is the newest addition to the realm of action fighting games, developed by Ubisoft Montreal and based on an intuitive control system, the Art of Battle.

 

The multiplayer and single player game sees three warring factions – knights, samurai and Vikings – brutally duking it out on PS4, XB1 and PC. Each warrior comes with their own...