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A Writer’s Guide to The Sydney Writers’ Festival

Monday May 18 marked the start of The Sydney Writers’ Festival, with over 400 Australian and 45 international writers set to entertain and stir the expected 60,000+ festival attendees. Taking place at 350 events from Hornsby in the North to Wollongong in the South and Katoomba in the west, writers and other malcontents try to […]

Nathan Miller: Somewhere in Jaffa

SOHO Gallery is well known for its promotion of dramatic and provocative works by up-and-coming artists. For the first time it will display a photography exhibition, ‘Somewhere in Jaffa’, by Australian photographer Nathan Miller. Launching on 9 May 2015 it will be running until 5 June 2015 as part of Sydney’s Head On Photo Festival. ‘Somewhere in […]

Zeroville

For the first time in New South Wales, the Anywhere Festival is taking up residence in Parramatta, with a range of performance and cultural events taking place anywhere but a theatre. The festivals philosophy of innovation and its fostering of living, interactive story telling match Lies, Lies and Propaganda’s commitment to bold and fearless performance-making […]

Shotgun

The Rock Surfers Theatre Company’s stellar January to June season continues this month with the infinitely intimate production, Shotgun. Away from their home by the beach, The Rock Surfers have taken to the road, teaming up with Spectrum Now Festival to present this unique, world premiere – in a parked car, deep within the Domain […]

Alliance Française French Film Festival

It’s that time of year when Sydney is spoilt for choice for events and cultural activities. With the Chinese New Year festivities over and Mardi Gras season about to finish, what’s next on the horizon? From March 3rd till 22nd, the 2015 Alliance Française French Film Festival will rhapsodize cinema patrons for it’s twenty sixth […]

Hamlet on Fort Denison

The Sydney Shakespeare Company will be performing Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy, Hamlet on one of Sydney Harbour’s most recognizable features, Fort Denison. After the Sydney Shakespeare Company’s highly acclaimed productions of Othello in 2011 and The Merchant of Venice in 2013, Hamlet is the third production from the company and will no doubt prove to be […]