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  • Marawa the Amazing: how one woman with 200 hula hoops became a teen girl guru February 22, 2019
    Creating circus and writing books about puberty may seem like disparate occupations, but both celebrate Marawa’s passion: the strength of womenMarawa Ibrahim – or, to her fans, Marawa The Amazing – has 12 Guinness World Records.“12. Not 10, not 11, not seven. Someone said seven the other day!” she says, with mock outrage. Continue reading...
    Jane Howard
  • 'Unadorned, gritty, unpretentious': how Australian circus went global February 19, 2019
    Adelaide’s Gravity and Other Myths push the limits of the human body and show why local circus is far from being a sideshowThe converted warehouse in the inner west of Adelaide has none of the glitz and glamour you would expect of one of Australia’s most successful circus companies. As Gravity and Other Myths (Gom, […]
    Jane Howard
  • Osher Günsberg: the TV host on anxiety, dating and if there'll be a gay Bachelor February 18, 2019
    After years on reality TV helping contestants through vulnerable moments, The Bachelor host tells Brigid Delaney about his own experiences of opening upThe best television hosts are, in many ways, the most bland. They are the filler between the contestants, the banter before the ad break; they conduct the benign interviews with those about to […]
    Brigid Delaney
  • Music festivals call for NSW to delay changes until after drug deaths inquest February 18, 2019
    Big cost increases for police and medical services have already prompted festival cancellationsMusic festival organisers have called on the New South Wales government to halt plans for a new licensing regime.More than a dozen festival organisers and industry stakeholders, including representatives from the cancelled Psyfari and Mountain Sounds festivals, gathered at state parliament on Monday […]
    Staff and agencies
  • Ned Kelly review – new opera interrogates bushranger's fierce but fragile masculinity February 18, 2019
    Jarrahdale, WAThe Kelly gang’s rampages through rural Victoria are mellifluously evoked in this bushland productionLibrettist Peter Goldsworthy described his Ned Kelly opera, co-written with composer Luke Styles, as a “three-act pub crawl”.It’s an apt reminder of how this 19th century tale of a wild gang dressed in DIY suits of armour has embedded itself in […]
    Steve Dow
  • 'A shambles': hundreds demand refunds from Fortnite Live festival February 17, 2019
    Computer game-themed event near Norwich underwhelming and understaffed, visitors sayHundreds of people have demanded refunds after a Fortnite computer game-themed festival was branded a shambles.The two-day Fortnite Live event at Norfolk showground near Norwich had visitors queueing for hours to enter the site and collect wristbands on Saturday. Attendees complained that the attractions were underwhelming […]
    Frances Perraudin and agencies
  • Britain's loneliest bat takes to the stage February 17, 2019
    It has spent 16 winters on its own. Now a playwright has turned one bat’s sad story into a gay parable full of deceit and longingInspiration is often found in unexpected places and, last summer, Irish playwright Barry McStay discovered it while flicking through a Guardian Long Read I wrote about a lonely bat. The […]
    Patrick Barkham
  • Berlinale 2019 roundup – from bad to wurst February 16, 2019
    Traditionally, the Berlinale is a worthy if unspectacular film festival, but this year’s offerings largely range from the hapless to the tastelessIf film festivals were banquets, the signature dish of a vintage Cannes would be a rich, piquant bouillabaisse; of a good Sundance, a juicy burger dripping with relish. In Berlin, however, we’ve learned to […]
    Jonathan Romney
  • How did music festivals become an election issue? – explainer February 15, 2019
    Event organisers have accused the NSW government of being ‘hell-bent on destroying’ their industry. What’s going on?Music festivals are in the news and the major parties have released live music policies in the lead-up to next month’s New South Wales state election. How did this happen?Here are some key questions answered: Related: 'War on festivals': […]
    Stephanie Convery
  • Burning Man finally fights Instagram culture and bans high-end camp February 14, 2019
    In a blog post, CEO Marian Goodell vowed to return the event to its roots and outlined ‘negative cultural trends’Organizers behind the Burning Man festival – the annual counterculture celebration in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert – have finally acknowledged long-time “Burners’” complaint that the event has evolved too far from its roots.In a lengthy blog […]
    Ashley Boucher in Los Angeles