Kooks and spooks: The Tomb Family will gather at Mt Eliza Community Centre later this month.

Tombs that go bump in the night

THEY’RE creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re all together ooky … but they’re not the Addams Family. Frankston Theatre Group has its own family house of horrors to spotlight later ...
Big top lunch: A marquee on Frankston Oval seating up to 700 is the venue for the Sunday 22 November Proudly Frankston third annual Long Lazy Lunch.

Jazz on the park with James

JAZZ virtuoso James Morrison will again headline next Sunday’s Proudly Frankston’s annual Long Lazy Lunch, this time under the big top on Frankston Park oval. The world acclaimed musician and compose...
Betrayal ahead:
Ben Paine (Jesus Christ), Carly Daley (Mary Magdalene), are watched by Omar Moustafa (Judas Iscariot). Picture: Jamie Giddens

Superstar rocks the MLOC

MLOC Productions Inc. continues celebrating 70 years of community musical entertainment with the popular rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar. It’s being presented 12-14 November at the Phoenix Theatre,...
Cathie’s world: Painter Cathie Coleman draws inspiration from her experiences. The interpretation of her memories includes the reality of the time coloured by her emotions. Coleman is one of 19 artists included on this year’s Peninsula Studio Trail. Picture: Yanni

Follow the trail to find an artist

ARTISTS across the Mornington Peninsula are showing themselves as well as their works over the next two weekends. While it’s usually a display of their works, 19 artists are on the map for this year’...
Team Cail: Former Voice of Frankston winner Cail Baroni, second from left, and teen grand finalists Sierra Philips, Bec Hoadley and Brooke Miller get ready for the Festival of Lights.

Songsters gear up for Christmas festival

FINALISTS from the Voice of Frankston are thrilled to be performing at the Festival of Lights, Saturday 28 November, in Davey Street, Frankston. Last year around 50,000 people attended this premier c...
Thanks for the memories: Memorabilia contributor Valma King, daughter of WWW1 “Stoker” Horrice Blunderr, talks to Frankston RSL collections curator Graham Wilson at Frankston Arts Centre’s new Shrine of Remembrance exhibition. Picture: Yanni

War echoes through the ages

AN exhibition portraying the events of World War I from the perspective of the men and women who endured and fought battles alongside Allied nations will be on display at the Frankston Arts Centre un...
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The Basics: This Could Be The Last Time

GOTYE has gone back to The Basics and the band is dropping in on Mornington as part of their national tour in support of their latest The Age of Entitlement album. Guitarist Tim Heath says The Basics...
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Braithwaite rocks the Chelsea Heights

By MELISSA WALSH Daryl Braithwaite and band will be performing at the Chelsea Heights Hotel on November 2. Braithwaite, the former Countdown King of Pop is looking forward to returning to the Chelsea...
Pictured are club members Peter Dwyer, left, Darryl Oates, Rose Burns, Max Lane and Jeff Symons. Picture: Yanni

Pictures perfect

FRANKSTON Photographic Club is celebrating its 60th anniversary with an exhibition of members’ work at Frankston Arts Centre’s Cube 37. The exhibition, called ‘Looking Through Our Lens’, showcases ma...