Shouting to the top

TOUGH, pushy, passionate but desperate to be loved, Johnny O’Keefe fought his way to the top in the 1950s to become Australia’s first international star of rock and roll. When Australia was a provinc...

Aces high for museum play

SHORT plays about some of Australia’s aviation heroes are set to take off at Moorabbin’s National Australian Aviation Museum. Not-for-profit community group LOTS Inc Theatre will stage two matinee pe...

Killing Heidi back on tour

EARLY naughties chart-toppers Killing Heidi are back on the road celebrating a 20-year reunion by hitting the road on an eleven date national tour, including an appearance at Chelsea Heights Hotel th...

A collection of portraits

The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery has over 1600 works in the collection from the 18th century through to the present day. It contains a selection of old master prints and drawings, modern wor...

Get ready for The Bootleg Beetles

Direct from London, THE BOOTLEG BEATLES, the world’s first and finest homage to the Fab Four will be performing at the Frankston Arts Centre on Sunday November 5. Now in their 37th year, THE BOOTLEG ...

Prince tribute hits Mornington

Andrew De Silva from 90’s R&B sensation CDB and winner of Australia’s Got Talent, along with some of Australia’s finest touring stars lead a Purple Revolution. Celebrate life with music in loving...

Home is where the art is

VISITORS can marvel at a scribe’s steady hand and artistic flair at a new homegrown and home-based “museum of the heart” that has opened in Frankston. Chinese born calligrapher Mike Li, who arrived i...

Talking birds at workshop

A WORKSHOP on the relationship between birds and plants will be held next month at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne. The workshop is being held at the end of this year’s National Bird Week (23-2...