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Good Muslim Boy

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Playing at Malthouse Theatre till Sunday, 11 March, award-winning writer, actor and comedian Osamah Sami brings his memoir, Good Muslim Boy, to the small stage.


Happy End

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Do you enjoy unsaturated and unforgiving humour that shines a glaring light on bourgeois family values and the oppressive structure of societal existence? Then Michael Haneke’s latest film, Happy End, is the film for you.

A little bit of pain never hurt anyone

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Milk Bar Mag checked out Periscope Producstion's A Little Bit of Pain Never Hurt Anyone, an engaging two-person performance that holds a mirror up to Australia and urges it to look at the way gender roles are dictated.

Falsettos

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StageArt brings the award-winning Broadway hit Falsettos to the small stage and beneath the veneer of unadulterated neuroses is a show asking what it means to be a family and what it means to love.

Love Bird

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Milk Bar Mag checked out Love Bird, a play that is not afraid to dive deep into the realms of the taboo.

Melbourne Women in Film Festival

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Milk Bar Mag was lucky enough to speak with Sian Mitchell about the origins of the Melbourne Women in Film Festival, and why a festival for female filmmakers is more important than ever.

Bean bags, beats and the big screen at Barefoot Cinema

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Barefoot Cinema is making its way around the bay this summer with high-quality eats, beats and bean bags.

Ego Jacket

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Milk Bar Mag chatted with Phillip Lee Curtis about his upcoming show Ego Jacket, an audio-visual spectacular and heavily influenced by big rock/pop shows from the likes of Lady Gaga, Kylie and Pink.

Swinging Safari

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In a nostalgic ode to 1970s Queensland and all things Australiana, Swinging Safari takes a walk down memory lane to a seemingly simpler way of life, but where the perfect facades hide unhappy relationships.

Cell, Block Tango

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2018/01/19/cell-block-tango/

The Butterfly’s Club new show Cell, Block Tango: Showtunes on Modern Dating, where they can honestly say ‘yes, that happened to me.’

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