Featured Arts & Entertainment

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 […]

Honour Roll

By Madison Behringer Since its conception in 2007, the annual ACON Honour Awards have celebrated outstanding service to, and achievements within, the LGBTIQ community in New South Wales and Australia wide. This year, 30 incredible individuals and community groups will be celebrated at the annual ACON Awards ceremony in Sydney, held at the Ivy Ballroom […]

Pyrmont Festival 2019

By Rita Bratovich It’s a celebration of wine, food, art, community, sunshine, fresh air and the unmatched visual splendour of Sydney Harbour; the ninth annual Pyrmont Festival takes place at the end of this month and promises to be as big and festive as ever. After the success of last year’s partnership, Orange 360 will […]

Sedition Festival

By Irina Dunn If you’re a child of the 70s, or you wish you were a child of the 70s, Sedition Festival has something interesting and exciting to offer you. Loaded with nostalgia, the festival offers a seditious range of 70s entertainment, from cabaret to concerts to art exhibitions to films and talks. Put together […]

Comedy Genius

Dara Ó Briain has become one of the UK’s most in-demand hosts and comedians thanks to his unique fusion of scientific facts with hilarious stories. Next week Sydneysiders will have the opportunity to experience his supersonic wit and provocative observations first hand when he arrives at the State Theatre with his latest live show, Voice […]

SYDNEY LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

By Mark Morellini The Sydney Latin American Film Festival returns for its 14th consecutive year in Australia, with a program of 23 feature films and shorts from 11 South American countries including Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. Producing films in many of these countries is a difficult task, so it’s quite surprising […]

Titus Andronicus

By Rita Bratovich. Titus Andronicus was Shakespeare’s first tragedy and it makes Game Of Thrones look like Sesame Street! Written in line with the genre then known as “revenge plays” and vengeful it is aplenty; by the end, the death toll is 14 alongside incidents of rape, mutilation, torture, and cannibalism. Oh, and also, most of this […]

Titus Andronicus

By Rita Bratovich Titus Andronicus was Shakespeare’s first tragedy and it makes Game Of Thrones look like Sesame Street! Written in line with the genre then known as “revenge plays” and vengeful it is aplenty; by the end, the death toll is 14 alongside incidents of rape, mutilation, torture, and cannibalism. Oh, and also, most […]

Fresh Faces Of Folk

Sydney is home to many different music festivals, all spanning various genres. Until now the folk music genre has been relegated to regional areas outside of the city. Next weekend that will all change when Sydney plays host to the inaugural Sydney Folk Festival over the course of two days and three nights. Across four […]

Igniting The Flames Of Creativity

Fire often has a mythical aura of either destruction or rebirth surrounding it. Something which makes it the perfect artistic medium to represent the creative community of Sydney’s Inner West at the upcoming EDGE Sydenham event. Over the course of the next two weekends, the Inner West Council has partnered with the local creative community […]