This morning on Subculture we spoke to David Meadows about the series of Shakespearean theatre readings that the International Actors Ensemble and Circle In The Sand are currently performing for everyone while we are in lockdown.
You can hear the interview right here.
This week on Subculture we spoke to comedian Nadia Collins about her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show The Bride. Take a listen to the interview below and grab your tickets from The Butterfly Club website.
Are goats really scary? We chat to Chloe Towan about her Melbourne International Comedy Festival Show Scary Goats Tour.
Subculture’s Dave Griffiths chats to Sophie DeLightful to find out the troubles facing the Make It Rain Festival which is being held to raise money for the victims of Australia’s bushfires.
We chat to writer/actress Trudi Ranik about her brand new theatre show Going Down which is coming to The Butterfly Club next week. All the information can be found at this link.
Subculture continues its look at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival by chatting to comedian Alanta Colley about her show – On The Origin Of Faeces.
This week Subculture began it’s look at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival by chatting to comedians Amir Rahimzadeh and Sharon Heywood about their show Don’t Trust Me I’m A Dentist.
Dave Griffiths chats to Sophie deLightful about the Make It Rain Festival which she has organised to help out Bushfire Aid.
Take a listen to the interview right here:
In this episode of Subculture we chat to performer Pauline Calme about her one woman show Unleash The Beast which is coming to The Butterfly Club in Melbourne.
For more information on dates of the performances and to buy tickets check out this link.
A brand new production called Songs Of The Northern River begins at The MC Showroom this week so Subulture sat down and had a chat with the show’s creator A.J. Ridefelt. You can take a listen to the interview on our Spreaker channel below.