Moscow Ballet la Classique

My sister and l went to the ballet on Friday. I’m not going to go into details as it was a private time for us both and her birthday present. Suffice to say we both thought it was brilliant and thoroughly enjoyed the night. We did notice on Friday  that there was no orchestra accompanying […]

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What’s On

Okay, something different for What’s On this week. Below is a list of Public Galleries that are open in Melbourne. Most offer free entry and, l warn you, it’s a long list. Public Galleries in Melbourne Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Flinders Street Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre, Brighton Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Bundoora […]

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Mark Gray Gallery

There’s something extra special about photography galleries. A week before Easter l met a friend for coffee in Mornington. We caught up on all the news and then made our way to Mark Gray Gallery, conveniently situated in Main Street, Mornington. Do you see that photograph on the billboard, well, there are more stunning photos […]

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Savings

Yes, the not so sexy side of loving the arts on a budget. I have decided that this is the week l start saving for next year. You have read that right, we’re in the 4th month and l’m putting money away for next year. This is how l budget. I don’t wear a hair […]

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What’s On Easter 2018

It’s Easter this weekend and l am taking some personal time so What’s On is coming out today. Only films this week as it’s a film weekend. Instead of typing them in l thought l’ld show you how l write everything down first. This is the notebook l take with me everywhere l go. I’ll […]

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Big Picture Fest

Did any of you go to the Big Picture Fest in Frankston on the weekend?? I listed it in What’s On last week.  The alleyways of Frankston were transformed by talented street artists. I went Friday morning, wandering around , introducing myself to the artists and l had a chat to Richard Brecknock, Manager of […]

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