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Test Pattern Transmissions - Wednesdays in March 6.25pm

Wednesday 1st March - Wednesday 29th March @ Triple R Performance Space, Brunswick East

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Test Pattern Transmissions – A celebration of local music throughout March, live from the Triple R Performance Space each Wednesday at 6.25pm!

Featuring some of your favourite Triple R presenters filling in on Test Pattern across the month and a stellar lineup of local acts

Still to come in the series:


billy davis and the good lords

Weds March 22: Billy Davis & The Good Lords
Guest host: Local and/or General's Jason Moore
Email: billydavis@rrr.org.au

Billy Davis is a keyboardist and composer whose music combines the sounds of Hip Hop, RnB and Gospel in tandem with contemporary Jazz and Funk. Billy Davis also boasts collaborations with Silent Jay, Jace XL, Amin Payne and more. His band brings together some of Melbourne best musicians to perform live at Triple R on Wednesday March 22nd.




NUN

Weds March 29: NUN
Guest host: Neon Sunset's Annaliese Redlich
Email: nun@rrr.org.au

Set to bring their retrofuturistic jams to the Triple R Performance Space, local synth-punk outfit NUN round out the Test Pattern Transmissions series on Wednesday March 29th. Preview tracks their forthcoming record The Dome due for release in 2017.


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Nun Live at Triple R - This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.



All shows: Doors open 6pm. Live performances kick off at 6.25pm.

How to win tickets: Subscribers can email the address for each event above with their full name and subscriber number in the subject line for a chance to be part of the audience. Entries close 2pm the Friday prior to each event.

Please note: You must have a current annual Triple R subscription to be eligible for giveaways. Winners will be notified via email.

Artwork by Carolyn Hawkins


Faith Healer

Saturday 4th March - Saturday 8th April @ Melbourne Theatre Company, Southbank Theatre

The critical triumph of Sydney’s theatre year sees The Fantastic Francis Hardy working his magic, curing the sick and giving strength to the weak. His powers are real. Or so he says, and sometimes believes. He can tell you of nights when miracles were conjured as fast as he could place his touch. But that was long ago and his powers are far less reliable these days. More of a mystery now is why his embittered wife and hapless manager still put such faith in him after all that’s happened.

With its mythic resonance and drama of Gaelic folklore, Faith Healer is considered to be Irish playwright Brian Friel’s masterpiece, where characters take turns wrestling with the past, proving that memory can be as unreliable, and as contradictory, as faith. This production, directed by Judy Davis, stars Paul Blackwell (God of Carnage) as the crass showman-cum-manager Teddy, Alison Whyte (Summer of the Seventeenth Doll) as the faithful yet disillusioned wife Grace, and Colin Friels (Skylight) as the melancholic, charismatic Francis Hardy.

Playing at MTC's Southbank Theatre
March 4-April 8, 2017

Tickets and information at mtc.com.au/plays-and-tickets/season-2017/faith-healer/


Anne Edmonds - No Offence, None Taken

Thursday 30th March - Sunday 23rd April @ Victoria Hotel - Banquet Room, Melbourne CBD

No offence guys, but Anne ‘Eddo’ Edmonds is widely recognised as one of Australia’s most exciting stand-up and character comedians. None taken?

Following a stellar 2015, which saw her sell out shows around the country, score rave reviews and walk away with the highly coveted, peer-nominated Comic’s Choice Award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Anne’s 2016 did not disappoint. She was nominated for the Barry Award for the best show at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and was part of the group who won the Directors’ Choice Award for True Aussie Patriots.

She’s been seen on Network Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention?, ABC’s Fancy Boy and, in 2017, she will star in her very own ABC TV show Edge of the Bush.

Anne Edmonds - No Offence, None Taken
March 30-April 23
at the Victoria Hotel, Banquet Room - 215 Little Collins St, Melbourne CBD

Tickets and more info at comedyfestival.com.au/2017/shows/anne-edmonds

Part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival


Tom Ballard - Problematic

Thursday 30th March - Sunday 23rd April @ Melbourne Town Hall, Supper Room

A funny show about whether anything can be funny anymore.

Tom Ballard doesn’t like to brag, but he is desperate for validation, so let’s talk about his achievements. 2016 brought him nominations for Best Show at both the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, aka the two biggest live comedy awards in the world.

No biggie.

He also nabbed the inaugural Pinder Prize (a grant named in honour of comedy impresario John Pinder), made his American television debut on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle at Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival and took out the Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer.

Tom’s podcast 'Like I’m A Six-Year-Old' continues to grow from strength to strength and at the end of 2016 he appeared in SBS’s ground-breaking series First Contact.

Simply put, Tom Ballard is a very funny and very interesting comedian. Don’t miss seeing one of the country’s most exciting and insightful voices live onstage as he tackles everything from PC to outrage culture to race relations.

Tom Ballard - Problematic
March 30-April 23
at Melbourne Town Hall, Supper Room
Part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival

For more information and tickets visit comedyfestival.com.au/2017/shows/problematic


The Blackeyed Susans

The Blackeyed Susans

Saturday 8th April @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

Close Your Eyes and See is the first album of new material in over a decade from The Blackeyed Susans. The release finds the group near the height of their powers, delivering one of their strongest collections of songs to date, masterfully arranged and performed by a band with over 25 years' experience together.

Tickets on sale now from www.cornerhotel.com



Claire Lambe: Mother Holding Something Horrific

Saturday 8th April - Sunday 25th June @ ACCA, Southbank

In this major exhibition of newly commissioned work, the artist’s most ambitious project to date, Claire Lambe employs sculpture, photography, biography and theatrical mise-en-scène to create intimate and intense psychological spaces in an ambitious attempt to describe the human condition in its cruel reality and horrifying glory.

Known for her strange and often abject sculptural forms, Claire Lambe’s work explores psychological narratives of gender, sexuality, identity and class, leading to anxious objects full of revelatory and emancipatory potential. In a deeply subjective and sometimes transgressive practice of psychodrama and catharsis, Melbourne-based and English-born Lambe draws upon a rich bank of personal history and reference material as a starting point for her investigation into the ambiguity between memory and experience, reality and re-enactment.

Claire Lambe: Mother Holding Something Horrific will charge ACCA’s extensive gallery spaces with a series of dramatic installations that are at once uncanny, anarchic and full of life and libido. The installation will be further enlivened by an occasional series of performances by contemporary dancer and choreographer Atlanta Eke which will develop in the gallery space over the course of the exhibition, continuing an ongoing collaboration between the two artists.

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
111 Sturt Street, Southbank VIC 3006, Melbourne, Australia
10 am–5 pm Tuesday to Friday; 11 am–5 pm weekends and public holidays, Monday by appointment.
Tel: +61 3 9697 9999. Admission: Free
More details at acca.melbourne

*Image: Claire Lambe, Mother Holding Something Horrific 2016–7, production still. Courtesy the artist and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.


Triple R subscriber screening - Raw

Tuesday 11th April @ Cinema Nova, Carlton

RAW made its World Premiere in Cannes Critics Week where it won the coveted FIPRESCI Prize, and left audiences aghast with some of the most shocking and powerful on-screen imagery since Gaspar Noe’s IRREVERSIBLE.

RAW is one of the finest directorial debuts in the genre space in a long time. It tells the story of a teenage girl who joins her sister at a prestigious veterinary college, and is forced to partake in a hazing ritual that sees her defying her vegan upbringing by consuming raw rabbit liver. From here she develops an insatiable desire for flesh (of all types) and what we witness is a coming-of-age like no other, an awakening that is carnal and primal and that takes its central character, and its viewing audience, on a journey that is simultaneously harrowing and beautiful. Director Julia Ducournau has made something very special here, a gorgeous cinematic exploration of family and cannibalism, a film that’ll seep its way deep into your psyche and resonate long after the closing credits – make no mistake, this is one of the films of the year.


*Triple R subscribers: for the chance to win a double pass to a special preview screening of RAW on Tuesday April 11, 6:30pm at Cinema Nova Carlton, email raw@rrr.org.au with your full name and subscriber number in the subejct line by 5pm Thursday April 6.

*Triple R subscribers can also call the station at 11am on Thursday April 6 during SmartArts for the chance to win a double pass to the screening.

*Only subscribers with a paid annual subscription are eligible for giveaways. Winners of the email competition will be notified via email.

RAW is in cinemas from April 20.


Mary J. Blige

Mary J. Blige

Wednesday 12th April @ Hamer Hall, Arts Centre, Melbourne

Mary J. Blige has amassed an impressive eight multi-platinum albums, nine Grammy Awards, 32 Grammy nominations, a 2012 Golden Globe nomination and five American Music Awards.

Playing a Bluesfest sideshow

Tickets on sale now from www.artscentremelbourne.com.au

SELLING FAST



Triple R subscriber screening - Get Out

Tuesday 18th April @ Cinema Nova, Carlton

In Universal Pictures’ Get Out, a speculative thriller from Blumhouse (producers of The Visit, Insidious series and The Gift) and the mind of Jordan Peele, when a young African-American man visits his white girlfriend’s family estate, he becomes ensnared in a more sinister real reason for the invitation.

Now that Chris (Daniel Kaluuya, Sicario) and his girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams, Girls), have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, she invites him for a weekend getaway upstate with Missy (Catherine Keener, Captain Phillips) and Dean (Bradley Whitford, The Cabin in the Woods).

At first, Chris reads the family’s overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter’s interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he could have never imagined.

Equal parts gripping thriller and provocative commentary, Get Out is written and directed by Peele (Key and Peele) and produced by Blumhouse’s Jason Blum, as well as Sean McKittrick (Donnie Darko, Bad Words), Edward H. Hamm Jr. (Bad Words) and Peele. 


*Triple R subscribers: for the chance to win a double pass to a special preview screening of Get Out on Tuesday 18 April, 6:45pm at Cinema Nova Carlton, email getout@rrr.org.au by 5pm Thursday 13 April with your full name and subscriber number in the subject line.

*Triple R subscribers can also call the station at 11am on Thursday 13 April during SmartArts for the chance to win a double pass to the screening.

*Only subscribers with a paid annual subscription are eligible for giveaways. Winners of the email competition will be notified via email.

Get Out is in Cinemas from May 4 through Universal Pictures Australia.


Dappled Cities poster

Dappled Cities

Saturday 6th May @ Howler, Brunswick

After returning with their critically praised new single ‘Stone Men’ and announcing their fifth studio album ||||| (five).

Dappled Cities will combine their trademark layered soundscape with an immersive lighting spectacle, the event also titled ||||| will see the band re-imagining music from their highly acclaimed career and showcasing material from their new record.

Tickets on sale now from www.moshtix.com.au



CherryRock017

Cherry Rock 017

Sunday 7th May @ Cherry Bar, Melbourne

With Dwarves, Nashville Pussy, Bala (Spain), Bottlecap (Sweden), Totally Unicorn, Child, Amyl & The Sniffers, Zombitches, Stiff Richards, KPR (Indonesia) and Mooner (Indonesia), with more big names to come....

13 acts. No clashes. 2 stages in AC/DC Lane and Cherry Bar
from 12noon till 9.30pm.

Tickets on sale now from www.cherrybar.com.au


RB & DP 2

Radio Birdman and Died Pretty

Friday 30th June - Saturday 1st July @ The Croxton, Thornbury

Performing live over two nights at The Croxton

Friday 30th June
With Kim Salmon Power Pop Trio

Saturday 1st July
With Dave Graney & The MistLY

Tickets on sale now from
www.thecroxton.com.au


Pablo

Capturing Pablo - An Evening With Javier Pena & Steve Murphy

Thursday 13th July @ Hamer Hall, Arts Centre, Melbourne

Capturing Pablo will see Javier Pena and Steve Murphy speak about the rise and fall of the Medellin Cartel and the role they played in bringing down its notorious leader.

Including exclusive stories and images not seen in the documentary, this exclusive event gives Narcos fans, and those interested in Pablo Escobar, the opportunity to hear first-hand from the two men who were key in his capture.

The evening’s discussion will also shed light on their input into the hit series and will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

Tickets on sale NOW from www.livenation.com.au



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