Waiting for Killswitch Engage, it was hard not to think about the fact that Sunday’s show may prove to be one of the final shows ever held at Melbourne’s beloved Palace Theatre. 730 more words
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Check out Forrest Schulz’s review of The Palace
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A Review of Lee Duigon The Palace (Storehouse Press, 2013)
321 pp $18.00 ISBN: 978-1-891375-64-4
Reviewer: Forrest W.
I will never forget the first time I saw Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. It was at Big Day Out in Auckland, I had left all my friends who were taking shelter from the heavy rain in the boiler room and made my way across to the alternative area to see this 11 piece group fill every inch of the stage. 508 more words
News hit the Melbourne music scene that The Palace theatre is closing its doors come May 31.
Every few months Facebook is flooded with petitions to ‘Save <insert grungy live music venue here>.’ This time round, all the likes and signatures in the world couldn’t stop The Palace Theatre on Bourke Street from releasing the dreaded press release: 240 more words
I know I said I’d disembowel a certain unnamed game about directing movies that may or may not be sponsored by Steven Spielberg, but I felt like tackling something else for the moment; something that I have a stack of, something that is rife with…bitmaps of Will Smith gazing vacantly into space before a 2,080 more words
If you are in Dubai for business, this is the right, most beautiful and comfortable hotel where to stay and enjoy the Arabic architecture. Located on the lake, close to The Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa, great service, pleasant pool and spa and delicious restaurants. 24 more words