HOT: Sweet Envy High Tea, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2013, Aria Bar & Lounge, The Langham Melbourne, 1 Southgate Ave, Southbank

The Langham Melbourne’s afternoon tea is one of my favourite Melbourne food experiences, so I was curious to discover how their limited edition Sweet Envy Afternoon Tea service for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival would compare. Sweet Envy is a patisserie and cake shop in Hobart and owner Alistair Wise worked as a pastry chef […]

HOT: Sake Restaurant and Bar, Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

I visit the Arts Centre Melbourne reasonably frequently and so I’m always on the lookout for great pre and post-theatre dining options in the vicinity. I think I’ve alighted on a new favourite. Sake Restaurant and Bar, a fusion Japanese restaurant and bar originally hailing from Sydney (and with a Brisbane outpost too), launched last […]

HOT: Ballet & Fashion, National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

As soon as I found out about NGV’s latest fashion exhibition ‘Ballet & Fashion‘ I knew I had to visit. I love ballet, I love ballet costumes and I love fashion, and I was curious to see what kind of items they had on display. Given the number of fashion designers who have collaborated with […]

WTC Wharf Progressive Dinner + Giveaway

Sponsored by Nuffnang Picture this. It’s a balmy evening. Trees gently sway, creating dappled shadows. You sit by the water’s edge and watch boats pootle along the river, the sunset glistening on your skin as you sip your drink and prepare yourself for a night of feasting. Queensland? Bali? The Mediterranean? No. Right here in […]

Lipsynch by Robert Lepage Giveaway

Theatre-nerds, this giveaway is for you. The Arts Centre is hosting the exclusive Australian season of Robert Lepage’s epic nine-hour production Lipsynch. Canadian Lepage is one of the world’s foremost theatre directors and bringing his play to Melbourne is quite a coup. I missed out on tickets when it played in London in 2008 but here’s a […]

HOT: Red, Melbourne Theatre Company, Sumner Theatre, 140 Southbank Blvd, Southbank

I am not a fan of Mark Rothko. However, there is a Rothko print hanging in my loungeroom because RM is a fan of Rothko. Which is also how we came to be in the audience for Red, Melbourne Theatre Company‘s production of the Tony award winning play by John Logan with Colin Friels starring as […]

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