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Shed to get Mental as Everything

Damon Smith dives into bipolar and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) with New Orleans jazz and contemporary song-writing in his latest show Mental as Everything. The show,...

Brennan back to serenade Geelong city-goers

Torquay musician Rach Brennan is back in central Geelong serenading CBD-goers after a COVID-19 hiatus. The 27-year-old made her return to council’s Music and Street...

Audience to decide mother’s fate

After caring for her father for several months, long-time TV actress Tottie Goldsmith was honoured to throw herself into new Australian drama The Magnolia...

Cabaret star Anastasia for hire

After a decade writing and performing cabaret across Australia and the world, Anya Anastasia is on the brink of superstardom or a mental breakdown...

Joined at the hip for theatre return

Geelong actresses Jenn Stirk and Leticia Bayliss have spent the past month joined at the hip rehearsing for a local production of Broadway musical...

Locally Grown Funnies bring Punchlines to Pako

Laughter will return to Geelong West as stand-up veteran Richard Stubbs joins a motley bunch of Geelong and Ballarat comedians in Punchlines on Pako...

Inspiring footy tale returns to the Potato Shed

A play-turned-film about a local footy club recruiting refugees in a fight to survive will return to Drysdale this month in its original onstage...

World-changing photos on show

Images that caught international attention and appeared on front pages across the world have taken pride of place in a new North Geelong exhibition. The...

Gardens go batty for Geelong’s cute flying foxes

Highton biochemist and botanist Jenny Possingham admits 2020 was “not a good year” for bat PR. “Bats have had a bad rap,” the Geelong Botanic...

Live and Local acts rock Drysdale

A fiesta of grunge, garage punk and indie is set to rock Drysdale with nine Geelong and Bellarine bands combining for Live and Local...

Geelong superheroes and villains fly into festival

A cast of Geelong drama teachers and actors turned superheroes will fly into Melbourne International Comedy Festival for their brand new ‘mockbuster’ Groovyman next...

High-flying, hard-hitting action

“The call to arts” has taken Waurn Ponds wrestler Will Walker down two very different paths. In one he is the frontman of melancholic Geelong...

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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...

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