So proud to announce a new show Particle/Wave as part of this years' Melbourne Festival. It's been a long time in the making. I'm so proud of all the artists and scientists involved. A love letter to gravitational waves. Hope you come and see! This beautiful glimpse by Andrew Watson.

Book tickets Now:

6 Shows - October 6,10, 13 7pm and 9pm shows
Melbourne Planetarium at Scienceworks, Spotswood

Particle/Wave sees poets, musicians, sound and video artists joining forces with renowned scientists to interpret the theories of gravitational waves, which Stephen Hawking has called ‘a completely new way of looking at the universe.’

The 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded for the breakthroughs that led to the decisive detection of the gravitational waves that surround us all of the time.

Directed and Produced by Alicia Sometimes

Co-producer and Musical Director - Andrew Watson


Writers: Alicia Sometimes, Krissy Kneen, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Lisa GortonOmar Musa, Jordie Albiston.
Video Artists: Andrew Watson, Isobel Knowles, Benjamin Portas, Mark Myers, Carl Knox, Dee Mason & Sar Ruddenklau
Sound Artists: Andrew Watson, Camilla Hannan & Nat Bates
Scientists: Katie Mack, Kendall Ackley, Alan Duffy & Ling Sun
Trailer visuals and sound by Andrew Watson


Poem in Graviton

I have a new poem 'Kilonova' in the first issue of Graviton.

There are so many wonderful poems in this issue. Read 'Kilonova' here.

GRAVITON is a literary publication committed to exploring the sacred connection between science &  poetry & visual art.


Kick and Coffee

Listeners to the Outer Sanctum podcast we are doing Kick and Coffee again! This year the kick will take place at Princes Park so we can reminisce about the first night of the AFLW. Thank you to Carlton F.C for hosting us.

Come and join us at Princes Park. Sun 6 August 10am. Free!

A Footy Girls Guide to the Stars of 2017

It's out! Nicole and I spoke to some incredible footballers!

To celebrate the first-ever elite women’s competition, A Footy Girl’s Guide to the Stars of 2017 showcases some of the key players to look out for, and reveals how they made it to the top of the women’s game.

Players profiled include: Daisy Pearce, Emma King, Katie Brennan, Darcy Vescio, Maddy Collier, Kara Donnellan, Sabrina Frederick-Traub and Erin Phillips. What age did they start playing footy? What do they love about the game? Who are their role models? What are their greatest talents as players? Find out the answers to these questions and more.

Filled with inspirational stories and fun facts, A Footy Girl’s Guide is an essential read for aspiring footy stars of the future – and all kids who love their AFL.