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Prinnie Stevens

Growing up Prinnie Stevens says she lived in a fantasy world of music and performance, but today that fantasy world has become her reality. In a year when everything seems like a weird fever dream or fantasy Stevens explained to City Hub that 2020 has actually allowed her to return to her roots to rediscover […]

Shore Delights

By Madison Behringer In its sixth year running, Bondi Feast returns to Bondi Pavilion for another smashing year of theatre, comedy, cabaret, circus and so much more. With the entire two-week long festival based at the Pavilion, punters are encouraged to wander down, pull up a pew and settle in for as much entertainment, food […]

REVIEW: Matador

Dark, sexy and sultry this immersive extravaganza, which is the creation of Bass Fam, is a sweltering red-hot integration of burlesque, dance and circus. The production is a mesmerising and unashamedly arousing theatrical experience, which should appeal to all mature audiences. Fourteen young talented performers take to the stage in this predominantly fast-paced show which […]

THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL – A TRIBUTE TO WHITNEY HOUSTON

By Mark Morellini Belinda Davids is the extraordinary South African singer who fronts the tribute show to Whitney Houston, one of the most revered singers of all time and idolised by millions around the world. Davids beat 15,000 hopefuls from 12 countries for the role and said that she was both scared and excited when […]

Whitney

This film tells the story about a fallen queen, showing material from her piteous last appearances as well as the shining and glory shows of earlier days including goose bump effects due to her impressive voice. Although Kevin McDonald was given a lot of access to Whitney Houston’s private life including interviews with close friends […]

THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL – THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOW

This finely crafted tribute show was launched in 2013 and has successfully toured the world to adoring fans of the late Whitney Houston, with shows in South Africa, Canada, USA, Europe, Asia and New Zealand. South African born songstress Belinda Davids who beat 15,000 hopefuls across 12 countries for the role, began earning money singing […]

THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL – THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOW [FULL INTERVIEW WITH BELINDA DAVIDS]

By Mark Morellini  Belinda Davids is a South African singer who is fronting the tribute show to Whitney Houston, one of the most revered singers idolized by millions around the globe. Davids never had vocal training and her inspirations as a child were Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker and Michael Jackson amongst others. Davids talks about […]

Whitney: Can I Be Me

Nick Broomfield’s new documentary about Whitney Houston is a portrait of a woman whose extraordinary voice and rare beauty brought fame and fortune that, instead of bringing happiness, led to her ultimate demise. Whitney: Can I Be Me compiles historical and behind the scenes footage, media clips, and interviews with family and close associates, splicing […]

REVIEW: The Bodyguard Musical

Once a movie, now the musical and while neither reach any dramatic highs, this show does enough to leave audiences smiling. It’s a visceral sensual experience from the start with thermal flairs and gunshots a visual feast of colour and lights – and then you have Paulini. A show like this, which is essentially a vehicle […]

REVIEW: Jessica Mauboy – All The Hits Live

Jessica Mauboy, an exceptional Australian singer/songwriter delivered a star performance at Sydney’s ICC Theatre last Friday night. Mauboy opened with, Can I Get A Moment. Her obvious fearless talent as she continued to sing her set list, telling her story starting her career in country music, singing Tammy Wynette’s Stand By Your Man, at the […]