Culture

Award-winning play War Horse returns to Australia

The ambitious play, War Horse uses cutting-edge life-sized horse ‘puppets’ to tell a moving story that brings World War I to life on stage.

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Così Review – Theatre in Sydney

Written in 1992 by Australian playwright, Louis Nowra, Così is the story of naïve uni student Lewis’ heroic attempt to […]

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Who is Colin McCahon?

Colin McCahon is widely recognised as New Zealand’s foremost painter, and a distinctive figure in 20th-century art. Who is Colin […]

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Colin McCahon

Undoubtedly one of the most important New Zealand artists of the 20th century, Colin McCahon’s centenary is being marked by […]

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Designing Paradise

Renowned architect Geoffrey Bawa not only lived in Sri Lanka for much of his life, he also left an indelible […]

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Find Adventure In Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka offers lots of amazing options for anyone looking for an adventure. Find Adventure In Sri Lanka Go On […]

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Vegas’ Food Revolution

There’s more to the culinary scene in Las Vegas than the celebrity-laden Strip. Julie Miller meets some of the people […]

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Stage flight: How Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte launched himself into space

The story of how Canadian billionaire Guy Laliberte launched himself from Montreal busker to astronaut by way of Cirque du Soleil.

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The Keeper: A love story that shines a light on post-war tensions and forgiveness

Die-hard football fans will no doubt know the story of Bert Trautmann, the German prisoner-of-war during World War II who ended up playing for Manchester City in the FA Cup.

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Secret life of The Queen to be revealed in ‘unprecedented’ book

The Queen has given her confidante “unprecedented permission” to publish a tell-all book detailing their close friendship spanning 25 years.

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French chef Marc Veyrat to sue Michelin over rating snub

Celebrated French chef to sue Michelin, saying inspectors mistook the cheese in his souffle for Cheddar before demoting his restaurant.

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Rocketman Blasts Off

The story of Elton John’s rise to fame was one of this year’s biggest biopic. We had backstage access to […]

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Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness reveals he is HIV-positive

Jonathan Van Ness says he is living with HIV after enduring a troubled past of drug addiction and childhood sexual abuse.

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Jennifer Lopez ’empowered’ by tackling masculine greed in ‘Hustlers’

Jennifer Lopez has told MiNDFOOD it was a “no-brainer” when she was asked to star in the Hollywood hit ‘Hustlers’, […]

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A taste of Thailand: Chiang Mai’s organic food scene

The historical city of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand is famous for its ancient temples, spectacular mountainous landscape, bustling markets […]

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Hungry for Change

A lack of food is one of the biggest health challenges facing the world – and it’s only likely to […]

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Michelle Dockery reveals ‘responsibility’ of taking Downton Abbey to Hollywood

MiNFOOD exclusive: ‘Never go back’, they say. And yet, in the case of Michelle Dockery, as a fan first and an actress second, the yearning to unveil the next chapter of the Downton Abbey narrative was simply too great to resist.

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Watch: MiNDFOOD speaks to Oprah Winfrey and Tarrell Alvin McCraney

MiNDFOOD speaks to Oprah Winfrey and Tarrell Alvin McCraney Created by Tarell Alvin McCraney and Executive Producer Oprah Winfrey, ‘David […]

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What’s on in Adelaide in September

Things to do in Adelaide in September As winter draws to a close, it’s time to start thinking about all […]

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In pictures: MiNDFOOD hosts ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ in Auckland

Starring Jennifer Ward-Lealand, Andrew Grainger and Tane Williams-Accra, the MiNDFOOD Season of Six Degrees of Separation is underway at Auckland’s […]

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Best Brisbane bars: Brizzy’s brilliant watering holes

The best bars in Brisbane Looking for a top spot to wet your whistle? Whether it’s a cold frothie, a […]

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What’s on in Auckland in August: From Fashion Week to All Blacks

We’re almost halfway through August but there are still plenty of cultural, sporting and lifestyle treats left to enjoy in the City of Sails before the month is out. And we take a cheeky look at what to start putting in our diaries for September, too.

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Suzi Quatro tours Australia 2019

Suzi Quatro, the pocket dynamo from Detroit, Michigan is heading back Down Under for a series of concerts later this […]

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Topless bathing given official OK as Barcelona frees the nipple

Going for a topless dip in Barcelona is nothing unusual, but Spanish authorities had to wade in after complaints that some pools were telling women to cover up.

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