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Archives for July 2022

LATEST ISSUE: Wed., July 20, 2022

July 20 Editions• Banyule: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lph220720z• Bayside: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Boroondara (Northern): https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpe220720z• Boroondara (Southern): https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Brimbank: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpnw220720z– Cardinia: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpcc220720z• Casey: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpcc220720z• Darebin (Northcote Budget):https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpn220720z• Darebin (Preston Post-Reservoir Times): https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lppres220720z• Frankston: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lppp220720z• Glen Eira: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Greater Dandenong:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lppp220720z• Hobsons Bay:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpnw220720z• Hume: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpnw220720z• Kingston: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Knox:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpknox220720z• Manningham:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpmann220720z• Mansfield: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy220720z• Maribyrnong: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpnw220720z• Maroondah:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpe220720z• Melbourne:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Mitchell:  https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpm220720z• Monash: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpe220720z• Moonee Valley:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpnw220720z• Moreland:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpnw220720z• Mornington Peninsula: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lppp220720z• Murrindindi: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy220720z• Nillumbik (Diamond Valley News): https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpdv220720z• Nillumbik (Regional): https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy220720z• Port Phillip:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Statewide (Melbourne Observer):https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/ob220720z• Stonnington: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Strathbogie: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy220720z• Whitehorse: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpe220720z• Whittlesea (Regional):https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy220720z• Whittlesea (Urban): https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpwhit220720z• Yarra:https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpsc220720z• Yarra Ranges: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpv220720z

SHOWBIZ: The Amateurs

Founded in theatre’s historical roots, The Amateurs is Jordan Harrison’s epistle to the redemptive value of performance and culture. Beset by the plague, a touring troupe attempts a performance of the medieval mystery play, Noah’s Flood, hoping to secure themselves sanctuary in the Duke’s castle. The rudimentary and makeshift nature of their performance makes this

SHOWBIZ: One woman shows

Two one-woman shows by Jaye Tuttle and Jane Clifton transformed from two personal books, are running back to back at La Mama HQ in Faraday St, Carlton from July 13 – 24. Jayne Tuttle’s Paris Or Die is based on Jayne’s 2019 memoir of the same name. Directed by Tuttle’s fellow Lecoq Theatre School graduate

SHOWBIZ: Early Years of Television

Dr Gwenda Beed Davey, Chair Melbourne Friends of the National Film and Sound Archive hosted Susan-Gaye Anderson’s talk on early Melbourne television. Her talk cited the 1950s Royal Commission to establish Australia’s need for television resulting in one national channel and two commercial stations. Just in time for the Melbourne Olympic Games, Channel 7 undertook

SHOWBIZ: Unsolicited Male

Melbourne-based Q44 Theatre brings Unsolicited Male – a #MeToo inspired play written by award-winning Australian playwright Ron Elisha, directed by Suzanne Heywood and starring Kym Valentine – back to the stage at Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran, for a limited return season from July 26 – August 7. Two main characters; Zeke an accountant in


After a sold-out tour in three Australian capital cities, Oracle returns to Melbourne for a new season at the Athenaeum Theatre from July 14-30. Since the beginning of time, humankind, gods and goddesses alike, have all looked up to the stars in an attempt to draw meaning from the Universe. In doing so, prophecies, myths

SHOWBIZ: Comedy of Errors

Bell Shakespeare’s production of The Comedy of Errors arrives in Melbourne for a season from July 13-23 at Arts Centre Melbourne, then tours regional Victoria before continuing with a national tour. The Comedy of Errors was due to be presented in 2020 but was disrupted due to COVID. The production will tour across Victoria, starting

SHOWBIZ: Josh Staley, conjurer

Conjurer means a person, “who as if by magic brings into existence or causes something to appear with rapid movements of the hands.” And that is exactly what Josh Staley offered us when appearing at the Melbourne Magic Festival. In this stage performance Josh had many members of the audience as subjects of his sleight

SHOWBIZ: Fun at Frankston

Irish comedian Jimeoin will perform at the Frankston Arts Centre on Friday, July 22 at 8pm, presenting part of his Turn It Up! tour of Australia. Jimeoin has a wide following of his work in the UK, Europe, USA and of course Australia. Performance Date: Friday, July 22 at 8pm Venue: Frankston Arts Centre, Davey

SHOWBIZ: Beloved Katie

If Australia gave the world its greatest soprano Nellie Melba in the 19th century, England produced the world’s best contralto when Kathleen Ferrier was born on April 22, 1912. Her extraordinary voice was a one off, and her life was over too soon when she died of cancer in 1953, aged just 41. Beloved Katie

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