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Spiegeltent on way to city

The Spiegeltent is preparing to debut in Geelong with a stellar line-up of hand-picked circus, comedy, cabaret, music and dance ensembles in late May...

Local heads Dusty’s band

After country music legend Slim Dusty played his final show in 2002 his backing band parted ways. Fourteen years later, the Travelling Country Band ...

Ron’s Party evokes dad

Leopold TV actor Ian Rooney remembers his late father as he plays an elderly man who thinks he has exactly 111 minutes left to...

Star Search grand finale

Geelong’s best young talent will be on display at Highton Rotary’s Star Search grand finale this month. Former winner Adam Di Martino, who currently performs...

BABBA to rock the Sphinx

‘Benny’ and the original ‘Frida’ from BABBA have passed their musical talents onto their children, two of who have played in their iconic Aussie...

Science comes to life in wacky expo

The largest mobile science expo in Australia comes to Geelong for the first time this month, bringing hands-on fun to fascinate aspiring scientists of...

Off-kilter teen show at Shed

A young adult comedy exploring the challenges of adolescence will head into Geelong this month. The Violent Outburst That Drew Me To You is a...

Pauly deadly with thongs

The man known as ‘Pauly Falzoni’ in cult comedy Fat Pizza will give fans a solid “thonging” when he returns to Geelong this month. “There’s...

New drag ‘a bit different’

After touring the globe, a “vibrant” cabaret show is heading to Geelong with a fresh twist for the first time this month. Director James Welsby...

Teens jump into parkour gig

A mix of urban freestyle, parkour and dance will come together for an immersive theatre experience at Geelong this month. Jump First, Ask Later is...

Acrobats to be upended

Circus Oz tumbles back into Geelong in May with Precarious, a new show filled with the company’s trademark acrobatics, aerials, live music and slapstick...

Wilson gives PC the bird

Iconic Aussie comedian Kevin Bloody Wilson is flipping the bird at political correctness on his latest Victorian tour titled F.U.P.C. “What do you reckon it...

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‘Cavalier attitude’ toward spaniels’ big day

Newtown spaniel lover Karen Knuckey admits she was once afraid of dogs. “I was bitten when I was about nine-years-old,” she said ahead of International...