Love is all around ‘in the round’

FICTION’S two most famous star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, are coming to Frankston next month thanks to a Dionysus Theatre production of Shakespeare’s passionate and tense tragedy. Romeo & ...

Def Leppard shake off the haters

The haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate but Def Leppard are due more credit in rock and roll’s history books than critics generally give them. Taylor Swift certainly thinks so. The biggest pop ...

Singers are winners at Voice comp

NINE grand finalists for The Voice of Frankston gave it their best vocal shot at the Frankston Arts Centre on Sunday 13 September. About 130 friends, family and fans were entertained by “passionate a...

Final choice for city’s voice

THE Rotary Room at the Frankston Arts Centre will come alive this Sunday for the grand final of The Voice of Frankston 2015. Last Sunday, 25 singers performed over four age categories: junior, teen, ...

Zirka Circus is coming to town!

ZIRKA Circus is visiting Australia as part of its World Tour. Their international artists are the best in their class! This is the first contemporary circus to be owned and operated in Australia by a...

The keys to classics and jazz

A RENOWNED concert pianist and an acclaimed jazz pianist will present a masterclass followed by a concert in Frankston on 13 September, bringing a touch of musical genius to Monash University’s Georg...

Concert explores 60 years of Cash

ON 1 September 1954 a young man walked into the recording studio in the Memphis Recording Service building at 706 Union Av, Memphis, Tennessee, and walked out after cutting a record that would define...

Art tells the unknown

THE proposition that art knows no boundaries has been proved again with a video exhibition of ceramics created by deafblind artists. The art and its exhibition was organised by Woodleigh School teach...