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    Reviews for The House is Burning and Vultures1

    THE REST OF US: A fresh creative response to marginalisation

    Disappointed by the lack of events created by and for disenfranchised young folk, a group of like-minded souls) decided to take matters into our own hands.

    Eat Your Heart Out: Lack of venues forces theatre from the west to move north

    A comedy concerning sisters facing difficulties for the first time in their privileged life over weekly lunches.

    SummerSapphic a cool respite for hot Sunday arvos

    The brain-child of Littlefoot co-owner Liana Lucca-Pope, SummerSapphic is a series of fortnightly gatherings centred on queer women, featuring performances by queer artists.

    Recommended reading from the Sun Bookshop

    Reviews of the books Killing For Country, My Brilliant Sister, Little White Lies, If You Tell Anyone.

    Yarraville Festival: A kaleidoscope of culture and community celebration

    The Yarraville Festival is a gem that’s created by a volunteer army sourced from all over Melbourne to bring joy and happiness.

    Screens

    Movie reviews of Imaginary, Love Lies Bleeding, Wicked Little Letters and Perfect Days

    Carmel Cosgrove exhibit 

    View the art of Carmel Cosgrove, a multidisciplinary artist and resident of Seddon and Yarraville since 2001, at Community Bank Seddon until April 19.

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