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Ep 36 – The Nightingale and the Rose, Brothers Wreck

Episodesindigenousjada albertsLGBTIQ+little ones theatremalthouse theatremelbourne international film festivaloscar wildetheatre works

Welcome to episode 36 of Across the Aisle, our third season closer. Can you believe it’s been 3 years of Phil and Carla connecting over deep cuts and giggles? This episode is no different. The gang get dilated pupils of lust at Little Ones Theatre adaptation of Oscar Wildes poem The Nightingale and the Rose

Ep 35 – De Stroyed, House of Bernarda Alba

Episodesfortyfivedownstairshead on photo festivaljasmine moseleyjillian murrayleticia ines caceresmelbourne theatre companypatricia corneliussuzanne chaundy

Welcome to the second last episode of season 3! To ensure season 4 is created please contribute to our fundraiser today. Link on all our social media. It’s been 2 months since our last episode and A LOT has happened. We had a win at the Australian Podcast Awards and talk about it. Jasmine Moseley

Ep 34 – Personal, Fleabag

Episodesarts housedisabled peoplejodee mundymalthouse theatrephoebe waller-bridgesteven soderbergh

An intriguing pair of one-woman shows are discussed: Jodee Mundy’s “Personal” at Arts House plus “Fleabag” by Phoebe Waller-Bridge at the Malthouse. Are family tragedies always comic? At intermission, contemporary art in Kyneton and “Unsane” on Soderbergh’s phone. And masterpieces are on their way from somewhere else to Melbourne, again. Speaking of Melbourne, the podcast

Ep 33 – Abigail’s Party, Uncanny Valley, Girl

Episodesangela gohexperimentalfestival of live artLGBTIQ+little ones theatremelbourne theatre company

And we’re back! Swinging into April, feeling the lush shag pile between our toes. Our shows this month take us to 70’s England, dripping with middle class malaise in Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party (via the MTC). We then move into industrialised robot lady future and beyond with Angela Goh’s Uncanny Valley, Girl; as part of

Ep 32 – Hir, Good Muslim Boy

Episodesjanice mullerLGBTIQ+malthouse theatremelbourne international comedy festivalmelbourne queer film festivalmidsummapeople of colourred stitch actors theatretaylor mac

Happy Easter! This was recorded back on the Labour Day long weekend but is still as fresh as ever. This month the gang talk cycling in Melbourne, Queer Eye, Philip finds out what MAFS means and all our MQFF and Comedy Festival tips. But more importantly our shows for this month are Taylor Macs Hir