Events

Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours

Running across all 10 nights of Sydney’s Bondi Feast this year is Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours. Despite the title, the tours are more like an hour-long dance party through Bondi, with audiences being adorned with wireless headphones and taken on the tour of a lifetime. Based on the science of ‘play therapy’, Guru […]

Bastille Festival

July is a month of national celebrations around the world. Beginning today Sydney will embrace its French side as Bastille Day celebrations kick-off around the city. For the ultimate French celebration head on down to the Circular Quay and The Rocks precincts to take in the annual Bastille Festival. Formally known as The Bleu Blanc […]

Paddo Inn Talks

The Paddo Inn is holding a series of Inn Talks featuring female speakers who’ll be sharing their expertise and experience on a wide range of topics. Organiser Danielle Taylor says the monthly talks, scheduled for throughout July and August, are geared towards Paddo Inn’s large female patronage (though men are most welcome).  “We just wanted […]

ASYIK Kids Festival

Suara Indonesia Dance group specialise in an energetic mix of dance, body percussion and song. Artistic director Alfira O'Sullivan and choreographer, Murtala, aim to preserve the traditional and folk dances from various regions of Indonesia including West Java, Bali and Aceh as well as create new works based on traditional movements. "It is important to […]

83 Weeks With Eric Bischoff

Outsiders are seldom welcomed into the inner sanctum of the secretive world of professional wrestling, and even fewer rise to the heights Eric Bischoff achieved. When Bischoff first became involved in the world of wrestling he was as simply a salesman for syndicated episodes of the Minnesota based American Wrestling Association (AWA). By pure accident […]

Fiona Horne – The Art Of Witch

Witches and witchcraft are somewhat of a relic from the past for many people. However, Fiona Horne is looking to revive and inspire a new wave of witchcraft and Wicca practitioners in the modern age. Horne is doing this by releasing her book The Art Of Witch. Many readers may recognise Horne’s name from her […]

Stadium Stomp

Typically when you head to the Sydney Cricket Ground you’d be sitting in your seat watching the athletes out on the field exert themselves. This weekend though Sydnysiders have been given the challenge to stomp their way up, down and around the stadium during the 6,700 stair challenge known as Stadium Stomp! Stadium Stomp Marketing […]

Factfulness

Factfulness, the ground-breaking book described by Bill Gates as “one of the most important books I’ve ever read,” challenges reader’s views and notions on the state of the world, and encourages them to look past their biases and see everything more “factfully.” An instant New York Times best-seller, Factfulness is written by Swedish physician, academic, data […]

Wings Over Illawarra

The largest airshow of its kind in Australia, Wings Over Illawarra, is once again set to bring some of Australia’s finest display pilots and aircraft to an airshow within easy driving distance of Sydney. The event will feature “high-octane aerobatic displays” in the skies above the Illawarra Regional Airport said event director Mark Bright. These […]

Jane Goodall: Rewind the Future

Ageless and fearless and barefoot in Gombe National Park, Tanzania. Dr Jane Goodall is still a woman driven by passion and that passion has not waned. Still relevant, Still challenging the status quo at age 84. Beginning as a humble secretary in Kenya 55 years ago, young Jane Goodall was sent by her then employer […]