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  • Meredith Fuller talks with Ray Mooney, author of ’The Ethics of Evil: Stories of H Division’ (2016)



    Now Available on Amazon


    This visceral non-fiction book explores the true story of H Division, the punishment division within Pentridge Prison, Melbourne, that operated from 1958-1994, which was responsible for cultivating criminals who committed horrific crimes upon their release. “Some may have gone in as eighteen year olds, but the extreme brutality they were subjected to turned out potential monsters.”
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  • TAPE by Stephen Belber Dir Jennifer Sarah Dean Play Review Meredith Fuller

    TAPE by Stephen Belber

    Directed by Jennifer Sarah Dean

    Review by Meredith Fuller

    The Court House Hotel 27 April to 7 May

    ‘Play Dead Theatre’ presents a fascinating psychological drama about love, hate, and honesty between old friends. We witness the memory of an event from the past as three friends relentlessly pursue their version of an event that has haunted them for different reasons.
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  • CROSSxROADS musical theatre review by Meredith Fuller

    CROSSxROADS musical theatre review by Meredith Fuller




    In this Australian Musical ‘CrossxRoads’ we follow the life journeys of several friends after they graduate, travel, find and lose love, careers, relationships, and learn their true natures.
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  • Theatre Review of ‘THE BOYS’ by Gordon Graham Dir Luci Klendo GASWORKS till Feb 20 by Meredith Fuller



    It has been suggested by psychotherapists that men hate women because they gave birth to them and men can never forgive them for being able to have that power over them; to be able to do the one thing they can never do – give them life. Men often have dreams of vaginas with teeth, or steel traps that mangle, highlighting their contemptuous terror and unconscious intention to destroy any possibility of surrender and respect. In this play, the director explores the complex themes of p
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  • Simply Red Big Love Tour 2016

    Simply Red Big Love Tour 2016



    I have gone to every Simply Red concert in Melbourne for 30 years. His last ‘Farewell Tour’ was magnificent; I am delighted that he has done a John Farham. The mood in St Kilda was celebratory, as cafes blasted his albums. Chaotic hoards fanned out from eateries towards the flapper era concert hall, and quickly flipped shut into sedate single lines at each door entry to the Palais. The brilliant Hucknall appeals to all ages and stages of “Life” – eighteen to eighty years olds sh
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  • Meredith Fuller talks with Ray Mooney, author of ’The Ethics of Evil: Stories of H Division’ (2016)
    by Meredith Fuller


    Now Available on Amazon


    This visceral non-fiction book explores the true story of H Division, the punishment division within Pentridge Prison, Melbourne, that operated from 1958-1994, which was responsible for cultivating criminals who committed horrific crimes upon their release. “Some may have gone in as eighteen year olds, but the extreme brutality they were subjected to turned out potential monsters.”
    ...
    2 August 2016, 10:42 AM
  • TAPE by Stephen Belber Dir Jennifer Sarah Dean Play Review Meredith Fuller
    by Meredith Fuller
    TAPE by Stephen Belber

    Directed by Jennifer Sarah Dean

    Review by Meredith Fuller

    The Court House Hotel 27 April to 7 May

    ‘Play Dead Theatre’ presents a fascinating psychological drama about love, hate, and honesty between old friends. We witness the memory of an event from the past as three friends relentlessly pursue their version of an event that has haunted them for different reasons.
    ...
    7 May 2016, 03:34 PM
  • CROSSxROADS musical theatre review by Meredith Fuller
    by Meredith Fuller



    In this Australian Musical ‘CrossxRoads’ we follow the life journeys of several friends after they graduate, travel, find and lose love, careers, relationships, and learn their true natures.
    ...
    2 May 2016, 01:25 PM
  • Theatre Review of ‘THE BOYS’ by Gordon Graham Dir Luci Klendo GASWORKS till Feb 20 by Meredith Fuller
    by Meredith Fuller


    It has been suggested by psychotherapists that men hate women because they gave birth to them and men can never forgive them for being able to have that power over them; to be able to do the one thing they can never do – give them life. Men often have dreams of vaginas with teeth, or steel traps that mangle, highlighting their contemptuous terror and unconscious intention to destroy any possibility of surrender and respect. In this play, the director explores the complex themes of p
    ...
    21 February 2016, 02:15 PM
  • Simply Red Big Love Tour 2016
    by Meredith Fuller


    I have gone to every Simply Red concert in Melbourne for 30 years. His last ‘Farewell Tour’ was magnificent; I am delighted that he has done a John Farham. The mood in St Kilda was celebratory, as cafes blasted his albums. Chaotic hoards fanned out from eateries towards the flapper era concert hall, and quickly flipped shut into sedate single lines at each door entry to the Palais. The brilliant Hucknall appeals to all ages and stages of “Life” – eighteen to eighty years olds sh
    ...
    19 February 2016, 10:34 PM
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