Latest Articles from Soot
David Bowie Is… here in Melbourne. Let’s dance.
Paul Wilkinson of Mason Porter reflects on the number three.
Alexander Laska of Kingswood talks about how the third time really was the charm.
Josh Pyke talks about the significance of the third song on his album ‘The Beginning and the End of Everything’.
Sam Porter of Chicago band The Howl gives us the lowdown on why three is an important number when it comes to tour vans.
Max Kutner of LA band Evil Genius and the Grandmothers of Invention details just how important the third song is – and how Radiohead got it right.
Jan Skubiszewski is flying high with his solo project, Way of the Eagle.
Disney On Ice Presents Dare To Dream, covering two of Disney’s modern-day princess stories Tangled and The Princess and the Frog, as well as Disney fairy tales Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Cinderella.
A sea of light sabres, swords and costumes filled Melbourne Exhibition Centre for Oz Comic Con this year. Soot photographer Stuart Allan captured the best bits of the event in all its colourful – and geeky – glory.
Jekyll & Hyde is the gripping tale of a brilliant mind gone horribly wrong. Now in musical form.
It’s just a jump to the left… The Rocky Horror Show returns to Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre after the 2014 sold-out season. Craig McLachlan is reprising his role as Frank-N-Furter, along with Kristian Lavercombe as Riff Raff, Nicholas Christo as Eddie and Dr Scott, and Brendan Irving as Rocky. Soot shutterbug Stuart Allan went along to […]
The Australian Ballet presents The Dream, a triple bill of works by choreographer Frederick Ashton.