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  • Opera Australia performs Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle
    on Nov 28, 2016 in - Australia Music
    [First published on The Plus Ones] Strap in for an epic opera experience. Opera Australia’s momentous production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle is a sequence of four works, each one a marvel of music, performance, direction, and artistic design. It...
  • The legend of Sleeping Beauty in the Gardens of Fitzroy
    on Jul 26, 2016 in - Australia Magical Latitudes
    Once upon a time in the Gardens of Fitzroy, the dainty princess Sleeping Beauty slumbered with the possums in the long grass. He had fallen into a deep sleep after biting an apple, which was poisoned with ethanol and amphetamines.Thankfully, his loy...
  • See penguins in St Kilda for FREE
    on Jun 17, 2016 in - Australia Animals
    Every night, a bunch of cute Little Penguins (Eudyptula minor) swim into the harbour at St Kilda, Melbourne. If you go to St Kilda Pier at sunset you can see them swim and waddle to their nests among the rocks of the breakwater.You can see them in...
  • Cocks, cops and communists in China
    on Apr 25, 2016 in - China
    I recently went to China for a writing residency. The time was split between Yangshuo and Guangzhou, both in the south-east of the country. Here are a few photos and observations from the trip.Yangshuo is a super popular destination among the Chinese...
  • How to survive White Night in Melbourne Every year a bunch of cities around the whole hold an all-night arts festival, called White Night. The festival first started in Saint Petersburg, Russia.Here, it's a "journey of discovery through the heart of Melbourne with music, food, film,...
  • The Crazy Birds of Iguazu Falls
    on Feb 2, 2016 in - Argentina Animals
    There are many species of birds living around the Iguazu Falls, but when you're on the Argentinian side, standing in "La Garganta del Diablo" lookout ("the Devil's Throat"), you'll see hundreds of little dark-coloured birds flying in and out of the m...
  • Lebanon's religiously inclusive Santa ClausChristmas is a state holiday in Lebanon. Lebanese people celebrate Christmas on 25 December, except the Armenian Lebanese, who celebrate it on the Epiphany on January 6 – which is also an official holiday in Lebanon.There hasn't been an official...
  • ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ by Opera Australia
    on Dec 9, 2015 in - Australia Music
    [First published on The Plus Ones] Opera Australia’s production of ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ is magnificent, visually stunning, and a glorious treat for your ears.The brilliance of Mozart’s music is matched by superb singing and acting fr...
  • Bathe in sewage for salvation
    on Oct 30, 2015 in - India Cultural differences
    The famous Hindu city of Varanasi is situated on the murky banks of the Ganges. Hindus believe bathing in the river causes the forgiveness of sins and helps attain salvation.[Below] Bodies are ceremonially cremated on the banks and swept into the...
  • Melbourne Opera’s production of ‘Mary Stuart’
    on Sep 16, 2015 in - Australia Music
    [First published on The Plus Ones]Photo courtesy Robin HallMelbourne Opera’s production of Gaetano Donizetti’s historical drama ‘Mary Stuart’ (Maria Stuarda) offers a brilliant opportunity for people of any age or background to whet their ope...
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