Sarah Gaul is HYSTERICAL, Comedy: Monday 1st October by Kian West

Do you need a laugh?
Monday isn’t traditionally a good night for a show in Newcastle, but guess what? Long Weekend baby! Yes, it is like that bonus Sunday you hadn’t realised yet that you totally need to do something with. Something special, like laugh, luckily we have hand selected this beauty for YOU!

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ROOTS OF MONOTONY, by Rachel Cannon by Newcastle Discovered

The harsh monotony of life has always bothered me. There is a simple way of living, and I’ve always wanted no part of it. The idea of waking up every day, going to a job that you hate, in order to earn money so you can pay for the house that you leave vacant all day just to afford living in it seemed to be such a waste of time.

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The art of audio graffiti, by Cameron Graczyk by Newcastle Discovered

Australia has always had strong roots in the heavy metal and screamo scenes, leading to many great popular acts and just as good unknown artists. As a laid back coastal nation most would not have expected such aggressive music to sweep the airwaves. While still not a ‘pop’ accepted music style, actually still shunned by a lot of the population (mainly those born in the 80s and younger seem to have adopted the hardcore life), the traction gained by the movement is constantly growing and changing. Australia is now recognised to produce some of the leading music in the genre.

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