Author: BMA Magazine

Canberra's Entertainment Guide. Established 1992.
[Film review] Violent Night

[Film review] Violent Night

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Santa Claus is in a bad mood. It’s Christmas Eve, and he has a long ...
Eight members of Cell Block 69 leaning on a metal railing. Above them is a double rainbow.

Cellblock 69 – The Story of Corey

By Tatjana Clancy If you’ve ever thought that time is passing you by, and that your soul is trapped in ...
Man with black beard is photographed looking to his left, his body is also facing left. He has red feathers weaved through hi beard.

WHO ARE YOU: Australian Portraiture

BMA Mag’s TAMSIN TEMP took a tour of the National Portrait Gallery’s latest epic exhibition with curator JOANNA GILMOUR to ...
[Film review] Seriously Red

[Film review] Seriously Red

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Red (Krew Boylan) is finding her career as a real-estate agent following a familiar pattern ...
Jannah stands in front of a yellow wall. She has wears a yellow t-shirt, yellow headband and yellow earrings. The ends of her long hair are also died yellow.

Jannah Fahiz is having the best day

Jannah Fahiz single review by Vince Leigh Jannah Fahiz’s debut release, The Best Day, comes after many years of working ...
Rob Beckett looks at the camera. He is smiling and wears a grey t-shirt and black jacket. The wall behind him is light blue.

Beckett’s End Game? Pure Comedy

By Allan Sko There are three immediate aspects that mark UK comedian, host, podcaster, and author Rob Beckett; proudly sporting ...
Five dancers pose in a line across a wall.

House of Sand – That Was Friday

By Anthony Plevey That Was Friday is a new contemporary performance work about distance and connectedness, familiarity and strangeness. An ...
Sam Sly crouches on the floor with one arm resting on her knee. She has short brown hair and wears and white top and jeans.

Sam Sly’s new track will get lost in the palace of your mind

Sam Sly single review by Vince Leigh Dreamy guitar paired with an effortless-sounding voice Palace, the new release for singer-songwriter ...
[Film review] <em>Mrs Harris Goes to Paris</em>

[Film review] Mrs Harris Goes to Paris

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. Mrs Ada Harris (Lesley Manville) may have lost her beloved Eddy in the Second World ...
Skeletal Remains

SKELETAL REMAINS bring fresh new old school metal to Canberra

Skeletal Remains profile with Allan Sko Californian 4-piece old schoolers Skeletal Remains will be blasting The Basement on Sunday, 13 ...