GREATER GEELONG
Home Entertainment

Entertainment

Festival May’d to shine a light on local creators

A festival shining a light on Geelong creators, like lampshade artist Rachel Burke, is set to go ahead next month after organisers postponed the...

The show will go on at the Shed

Shapeshifting St Kilda singer-songwriter Delsinki – AKA Craig Johnston – plans to “keep the circle unbroken” and push ahead with a planned Drysdale concert. Delsinki...

Forever Son back after big hiatus

Surf Coast singer-songwriter Jack Robbins will play his first live show in 18 months this August, as he prepares to launch his latest eight-track...

Geelong artisan, 98, creates order from chaos

Jack Bayley, 98, began his love of art by sketching a Clydesdale horse from a black and white photo in an Encyclopedia Britannica, loaned...

[MUSIC CD GIVEAWAY] – Win John Mayer’s new SOB ROCK album on CD

His eighth album features 10 tracks including the stand-out classic single "Last Train Home”

Recipe for success

Margaret Fulton inspired Aussie housewives of the late 1960s and 1970s to ditch the meat and three veg for dishes such as nasi goreng...

No horsing about in Orwell tale

Clifton Springs actor James Malcher harnesses the quintessential Aussie tradie to play a horse in George Orwell’s Animal Farm. Malcher plays Boxer, a loyal, kind,...

Star-crossed lovers dance across the decades

A mullet-filled circus and dance extravaganza two years in the making is skating its way into the Potato Shed this month. Memoirs and Mullets follows...

Open door to Geelong’s history

What would the cartway door at Geelong’s old wool mill say if it could talk? Long-time actress Jane Bayly knows a little something about...

Indigenous celebration returns

Kurnai and Wotjobaluk man Norm Stanley is proud to continue a tradition that “two fellas sat down 13 years ago and decided to create”...

Songs of revolution live on at the Shed

The ‘Wobblies’ might have faded into the depths of history, but their songs live on, much to the delight of local historian and musician...

Classic fairytale to entertain kids

Three bears will answer the age-old question, “who’s been sleeping in my bed?” when a classic English fairy-tale comes to the Potato Shed next...

Latest

Festival May’d to shine a light on local creators

A festival shining a light on Geelong creators, like lampshade artist Rachel Burke, is set to go ahead next month after organisers postponed the...

Big battery ablaze