Posted by Ross Battaglia
23. Mar, 2017
Dare to be proudly different this weekend and enjoy a flick!
Milk Bar Mag reviewed Land of Mine, a heartbreakingly powerful film at the tail end of World War 2.
Rules for Living is a marvellous and hilarious comedy looking at the murky waters of family Christmas.
Milk Bar Mag was lucky enough to attend The Japanese Princess, a love triangle for the ages.
The Play That Goes Wrong is ripping up the comedy theatre and having us falling out of our seats laughing in the process.
The acclaimed Background Boy showcases John Thorn’s immense talent as a composer, singer and pianist, taking the audience back to the glitzy world of the 1930s.
Milk Bar Mag would love to reward devoted Francophiles by giving away 10 FREE double passes to the Alliance Française French Film Festival.
The Transitions Film Festival captures the spirit of the planet in the 21st Century, showcasing the challenges, cutting-edge ideas and mega-trends that define our way of living.
Irish playwright Mark O’Rowe’s Terminus is a wicked tale set to a rhythmic beat at the cosy Courthouse Hotel.
Nominated for six Oscars, Manchester by the Sea is a film starring Casey Affleck as Lee Chandler, a man who is crippled by grief.
Understudied: Tales From The Hollywood Backlot
Milk Bar Mag spoke with Anna Renzenbrink on Understudided, a tongue in cheek drama about the perils many aspiring actors in the 1950s.
The Hateful Eight
Milk Bar Mag’s review of Quentin Tarantino’s engrossing mystery western The Hateful Eight.
Looking For Grace
Aussie tragi-comedy Looking For Grace explores why a teenage girl would run away into the Australian outback and her parents’ quest to find her.
Shebeen is the first not-for-profit bar in the country boasting a new way to use our love of drinking to help those in need.
Check out Hawker Hall in Windsor, the latest from the owners of Chin Chin.
Milk Bar Mag Goes To Juniperlooza
Milk Bar Mag’s review of the fabulous Juniperlooza is Federation Wharf.
Summer Hop Up At Beer DeLuxe
Beer DeLuxe has answered thirsty Melbournians prayers this summer by bringing us Summer Hop Up, the trendiest CBD beer garden yet.
Gertrude Street Projection Festival
Brightening up our bleak winter nights.
The bánh mì and rice noodle salad combo takes off at Paperboy Kitchen.
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