Arts & Entertainment

Joe “Mr D” Dombrowski – Indoor Recess

Joe Dombrowski has a very unique perspective on the world, thanks to being both a full-time school teacher and stand-up comedian. Thanks to this unique view on life his new show Indoor Recess is bound to be engaging, inspiring and passionate. Indoor Recess poses the question to the audience, 'What's crazier than spending six hours a day EVERY […]


Sydney, since its very beginning, has always been an ever-changing landscape. Nowhere has this been more evident than in the way certain suburbs fall in and out of favour. Back in the early 80s one of the daily papers conducted a survey of all metropolitan suburbs according to their desirability as a place to live […]

A Family Tradition

Country music has become so broad now that everyone can find something to enjoy  during the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 2020. This January the annual Tamworth Country Music Festival (TCMF) will once again see music fans of all ages and ilks head westward for 10 incredible days of music. Throughout the course of the […]

NIDA Festival Of Emerging Artists

Running from December 11 to 14 the NIDA Festival Of Emerging Artists will feature seven unique productions from students in their final year. Students from NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts (Directing) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (Design for Performance), as well as students from all disciplines at NIDA, will each present their work across three […]

Where’s My Roy Cohn

Roy Cohn might have been a small-framed man but he managed to block out the sun wherever he went. At age 23, he was the brash, obscenely confident chief counsel to Senator Joseph McCarthy during the infamous Communist witch hunt of the 1950s. Though that all ended in scandal and disgrace, Cohn went on to […]

Of Deities And Demons

This December the Sydney Improvised Music Association (SIMA) will host the Australian Art Orchestra (AAO) for the very first time at the Annandale Creative Arts Centre. Of Deities And Demons is a cross-cultural musical celebration of Australian and Sri Lankan music featuring Baliphonics and led by AAO’s Artistic Director Peter Knight. Featuring Sri Lankan Low-Country […]

Jo Koy – Just Kidding

American comedian Jo Koy has broken records for most ticket sales at several venues, has won the prestigious Stand Up Comedian of the Year award at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal in 2018 and has his own Netflix special, Comin’ In Hot. Koy has appeared on over 140 episodes of Chelsea Lately […]

Persian Film Festival 2019

The 8th Persian Film Festival comes to Sydney and its popularity is on the increase, evident from the addition of two venues which will reach a wider audience. “Our program has grown three times and due to its success Palace Cinemas have become our venue partner, having their backing has allowed us to expand ” enthused […]

Chris Cuffaro – Greatest Hits: Michael Hutchence

Acclaimed photographer Chris Cuffaro returns to Australian soil with an exhibition of images from his iconic shoot with the late Michael Hutchence. Cuffaro met with Hutchence in LA on Oct 1, 1993, and spent the day photographing him for a shoot commissioned by Detour magazine. The shoot was a creative freestyle with the two connecting […]

Hans – Like A German

Berlin boy-wonder Hans is many things. He’s an accordionist, a dancer, a comedian and an international sex-symbol. After making it all the way to the finals of America’s Got Talent, Hans’ cabaret career soared. His show is packed with glitter and dance and will no doubt feature Hans in a tight sparkly costume playing his […]