It’s not often that one sees a play that is political, queer, badass and features a 70 percent female cast where you think, “you know who needs to see this? The boys I went to high school with.”
Claire Christian’s mainstage playwriting debut talks girls, gender politics, protesting and what we should do when we aren’t happy with the way things are. More importantly it invites people to discuss those issues…
Your daily coffee fix has the power to support the training of disadvantaged youth, fund a non-profit organisation and contribute towards ending homelessness in Australia.
It makes the third cup of coffee in a day feel guiltless with proceeds from brews purchased at The Coffee Cart Changing Lives going directly towards the wages of young people experiencing homelessness.
Amidst the fog of apathy and misinformation, a waste crisis has emerged worldwide. To combat the effects of pollution and waste produced by these habits we must lower demand and production, and that means striving towards less consumption of materials overall. Through small shifts in everyday behaviours, we can collectively make a significant impact. These are a few everyday actions most of us can implement to reduce our footprint.
Sugar Republic is a pop up sweets museum and house of fun, which launched earlier this month in Melbourne. Portia Sarris of Orenda Magazine sweet talked with Allison Jones, the artist and creator behind the delicious experience.
The irony of experiencing total elation when fulfilling a lifelong dream is that it never sounds as good when you try and explain it out loud. Happiness is such an inward emotion, warming every inch of your soul until your cheeks ache from a permanent smile. I’m positive every pair of eyes currently reading this little entry is familiar with the feeling. Stay in that mindset as I attempt to transport you back to April, in the small township of Bribir in southern Croatia…