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Glorious Thing Theatre Co/Ashfield Artist Xchange

at PACT theatre Erskinville

Playwright – Samuel Beckett

Director – Erica Brennan

Performers – Aslam Abdus-samad, Bodelle De Ronde, Victoria Greiner, Sophie Littler, Pollyanna Nowicki and Gideon Payten-Griffiths… 1,126 more words


#171 - Catastrophe: Season 1

Amazon Original Series are one outlet that I’ve just never gotten into whether it be the critically acclaimed Transparent or the interesting looking Bosch, but being a big fan of Twitter darling Rob Delaney I decided to give the romantic comedy… 499 more words


Catastrophe Season 1 Review

For most frequent filmgoers, “rom-com” is a bad word. And with good reason. Most people who have been watching films for a little while can easily see through their cheesy façades. 592 more words


"Catastrophe": Not

The last scene of the first season of Catastrophe seems to undermine much of what came before it. The six-episode series follows the courtship-in-reverse of Rob Norris (Rob Delaney) and Sharon Morris (Sharon Horgan) as they hook up in London, discover later that Sharon is pregnant, and prepare to spend the rest of their lives together despite barely knowing each other. 638 more words


All this has happened before, and all of it will happen again: the imminent abrupt glaciaton

What is happening is very similar to the time 115,000 years ago, when the last glaciation started. It is difficult to comprehend, but it is really so: The last glacial was accompanied by the increase of a really averaged global mean surface temperature, alias global warming. 928 more words


Summer fun: 5 funny feminist TV shows

I’m off on vacation this week, so I’m bringing the summer fun to the blog with some quick recommendations for five feminist TV shows to make you laugh and cheer for women’s rights. 227 more words


Review of the Pilot of "Catastrophe"

A little over a month ago, my friend Theo wrote on my wall and suggested that I review Catastrophe, Amazon Prime’s new series because, “It’s probably the first rom-com on TV in years that’s actually good (by which I mean FANTASTIC). 1,233 more words