In the lead-up to the Launch Pop-Up Cinema on October 19th, GRINDonline had the chance to catch up with young filmmaker Jesse Gohier-Fleet. Some of Jesse’s work will be screened before the main feature at the Launch Pop-Up Cinema next Saturday. How long have you been making films? I have been making films since I [...]
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GRIND reporter Stephen caught up with musician, percussionist, composer and performer Ben Walsh in the lead up to his Darwin Festival gigs. Stephen: Have you ever been to Darwin before? Ben: No, this is my first time. I am insanely excited to come up to this region. S: Any places in particular you want to [...]
Gold, gowns and glamour. Champagne, charisma and camp. Be-sequinned, be-jewelled… Bassey. Abbey caught up with Trevor Ashley in the lead up to his show Diamonds are for Trevor, part of this year’s Darwin Festival program. Abbey: Have you ever been to Darwin before? Trevor: I was there last year with the Darwin Festival, I [...]
“Humpty Doo boy made good, Asher Treleaven’s blend of physical comedy, stand up and his burgeoning sense of socio-political satire have made him one of the most fascinating and unusual comics in Australia today. A multiple award winner described as ‘Jim Carryesque’, ‘not as good as John Cleese’ and ‘like watching a spider in a [...]
Grind reporter Harrison had the opportunity to catch up with actress, comedienne, TV presenter, reluctant mother-of-two and two-time reality show winner Julia Morris in the lead-up to her Darwin Festival gig. Harrison: Are you excited about doing a new show in Darwin, and have you been to Darwin before? Julia Morris: I’ve been to [...]
Hey Grinders! Guess who’s showing up at the Convention Centre this Sunday RIGHT HERE IN DARWIN, that’s right His Holiness the 14TH Dalai Lama! Here’s a little background story. The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of Tibet. In 1951 he was banished from his country by the Chinese and forced to spend the rest [...]
GRINDonline had the chance to catch up with local theatre guru Kyle Walmsley in the lead up to the production of Low by Daniel Keene. GRIND: Introduce yourself! Kyle: I’m Kyle Walmsley. A six foot four D cup with legs to Sunday. I’m also a local actor, comedian and producer. Sometimes I’m Captain Starlight. G: [...]
Do you use ecstasy or other substances like it? You can get paid $40 for participating in a quick interview for a research project with the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. The interviews are happening between June and July, they’re anonymous and they’re confidential. If you want to be involved: Contact Liz on 02 9385 0254 Email [...]
GRIND reporter Mitchell had the opportunity to chat to Danielle from the Starlight Foundation!
Nick, from Aussie hip hop outfit, Spit Syndicate, chats to GRIND. On their Australian tour with Jackie Onassis, they’re getting pumped to bust some rhymes for us Darwin crew. Click here for the full interview and info about their gig.