Posted by Michael Avery
14. Aug, 2012
|August 19, 2012|
Julie London, best known for her smoky, sensual voice was an idolised Jazz singer of the 50’s and 60’s. Backed by a 10 piece band, Rhonda Burchmore tells the sultry story of the young temptress along to some of Miss London’s well known numbers.
WHERE: The Comedy Theatre, 244 Exhibition St, Melbourne
WHEN: Thursday-Sunday, 16-19 August, 8pm
The Man Who Knew Infinity is a film based on the true story of Srinivasa Ramanujan: a man who pioneered mathematical theory and is based on the Robert Kanigel 1991 novel.
Delve into the steamy waters of the Splash Out Hire – Hot Tub Cinema, as you enjoy a heightened sensory experience that you will never forget.
It's a cross-cultural collaboration and an honest depiction of an Aboriginal activist. Milk Bar Mag spoke to the cast of Bright World.
Milk Bar Bag explored its spicy side and got the opportunity to publicise the opening of a brand new venture for the famous chain Saké on Flinders Lane.
This Saturday, 30 April, join Mr Claws at 131 Smith Street for their one day pop-up event at the former Huxtable venue.
Milk Bar Mag had a chat with the lead designer of Studio Y about their new exhibition at ice cream parlour, Joylati.