Featured Arts & Entertainment

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 […]

A Very Naughty Xmas

By Rita Bratovich Get Hyp! For unique, feel-good gift buying it’s hard to find anywhere better than Hypmotive Hub - and their Christmas market promises to be extra special. Artists, designers and makers from the Inner West will bring their very best wares to Marrickville on December 14, and they’ll be on hand to help […]

The Screwing Of Slyfox

By Madison Behringer. SLYFOX nightclub has been a permanent fixture in Sydney’s late-night music and club scene for over 20 years, nestled on Enmore Road in Sydney’s Inner West. Since 1998, SLYFOX has been operating as a 24-hour venue, giving locals a spot to go once the pubs and other bars close. Since opening, SLYFOX […]

Sydney’s Sizzling Summer

As Sydney sizzles under the sun the city’s entertainment calendar also begins to heat up. Luckily for our readers rather than needing to sort the wheat from the chaff yourself, we’ve done the hard work for you. Check out our comprehensive list of all the top events, shows, art exhibitions, concerts and films to see […]

Newtown Festival 2019

By Madison Behringer. This Sunday, Newtown Festival returns to Camperdown Memorial Rest Park for its 41st year in a row. Hosted and run by Newtown Neighbourhood Centre (NNC), the Festival is one of their key annual fundraisers. With their key purpose of the Festival being By the People, For the People, Newtown Festival is an […]

Summer Of Uncertainty

By Sophie Heath The Mountain Sounds music festival, which for five years had presented two days of music each February on the Central Coast, was brought up short in February this year with a $200,000 quote for extra policing. The festival couldn’t support the extensive, last-minute regulatory demands—and was forced to cancel one week out. […]

Just For Laughs 2019

By Madison Behringer. Returning to Sydney for its ninth year in a row, annual comedy festival Just For Laughs will kick off on October 28. Held at the Sydney Opera House and other various venues around Sydney, the festival features a live TV show, Just For Laughs Australia: Live hosted by comedian Nick Cody, an […]

Wrestling With Pride

When people think of wrestling there are a few key names which immediately spring to mind. Those names being Hulk Hogan, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, The Rock, John Cena and Ric Flair. What these names often represent to people is a very macho, testosterone-fuelled world. When it comes to our homegrown Australian talent and wrestling […]

Billy Elliot: The Musical

By Rita Bratovich. Billy Elliot was first introduced to audiences in the 2000 film directed by Stephen Daldry.  The heartwarming tale of a poor boy from a Northern England coal mining town who pirouetted out of the slums and onto the stage immediately connected with audiences around the world. With its charming characters, feel-good storyline, […]

Walsh Bay Redevelopment Delays

By Madison Behringer. Plans to redevelop the Walsh Bay arts precinct in Barangaroo have been in the pipeline since as far back as 1998. In May 2018, plans were approved by the State Government for the precinct alongside a $207 million budget for the project. However just as quickly as the building began, the project […]