Live mu­sic

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

1927’s mul­ti­me­dia live ac­tion phan­tas­mago­ria about hu­mankind and its ma­chines is as sar­donic as it is imag­i­na­tive. Writ­ten and di­rected by Suzanne An­drade us­ing film, clay an­i­ma­tion and de­signs by Paul Bar­ritt, Golem takes the Jewish folk tale of a man who makes a crea­ture out of clay to be his ser­vant and spins it into a retro 1980s set­ting with strong 21st-cen­tury rel­e­vance. Geeky code an­a­lyst for Bi­nary Backup, Robert Robert­son (Shamira Turner) leads a drab life in the shadow of his sis­ter, An­nie (Esme Ap­ple­ton), un­til he buys a life-size clay Golem from his dodgy in­ven­tor friend Phil Blues­fest This an­nual mu­sic fes­ti­val re­turns to By­ron Bay for the Easter long week­end boast­ing a line-up that in­cludes a range of in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned per­form­ers, in­clud­ing D’An­gelo, Ken­drick La­mar, Tom Jones, Hia­tus Kaiy­ote and the Ea­gles of Death Metal.

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