Time to face the faces

THE people of Frankston are the focus of a photographic exhibition at the Frankston Arts Centre until October. Photographer Richard Simpkin’s Locals of Frankston features “a collection of remarkable ...

Vera Blue heads to The Grand

Following the release of ‘Private’, which scored over two million streams worldwide, incandescent singer-songwriter Vera Blue has released her arresting new single, ‘Mended’ and announced dates for a...

Nordic art in peninsula winter

MEMBERS of Mornington’s Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society will attend their regular monthly Friday evening talk on the work of Edvard Munch’s work The Scream on Friday 7 July and then, the ...

More music a near-impossible mission

ROSS Woodward remembers the first record he bought as an 11-year-old in 1974 – Abba’s first UK hit single Waterloo. He bought the band’s second UK hit, too – Mamma Mia, which topped the charts in ear...

Sammy J brings Phantom show ‘home’

A GARDENER at Mt Eliza’s Peninsula School unwittingly set comedian Sammy J off a planned legal career garden path and into a world of adventure and justice dispensed by The Phantom comic book charact...

Chelsea Rotary Art Show

Now in its 42nd year, the iconic Chelsea Art Show is the Peninsula’s largest art shows with almost 450 entries on display as varied as oil/acrylic, pastel, drawing, watercolour and photography. The j...

Jazz livens up the streets again

By Melissa Walsh Mornington Peninsula street corners, bars and restaurants will come alive again over the Queen’s Birthday Weekend, 9th – 11th June 2017, with the sights and sounds of the fifth Morni...

Hip hop duo hit heights

AUSSIE hip hop duo Horrorshow are bringing their show to the Chelsea Heights Hotel on Friday 9 June as part of their nationwide tour in the wake of the release of their Bardo State album. Producer Ad...