Featured Arts & Entertainment

Herbal Medicine

By Madison Behringer Shaping up to be their biggest year yet, the Hemp, Health & Innovation Expo (HHI) will be returning to Sydney next weekend for their fourth year in a row. Held over two huge days the HHI Expo will be filling the Rosehill Racecourse Exhibition Centre with activities, talks, exhibitions, a wide range […]

Shopping Sustainably

By Madison Behringer This Autumn, Finders Keepers market will be taking over The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve over the first weekend in May. For those who have never experienced Finders Keepers before, imagine your local farmer’s market but on steroids. Lots of steroids. Add in a huge line-up of live music, food and live entertainment, […]

Language Of Laughter

With the Sydney Comedy Festival now underway City Hub spoke with Scottish comedian Danny Bhoy and festival director Jorge Menidis about comedy’s ability to bridge both language and cultural divides. Danny Bhoy has been touring Australia since 2003, which was before the Sydney Comedy Festival even existed. Through the years though he has developed quite […]

Got The Giggles

“Sometimes the world can be a pretty dark place but the comedy festival gives you an opportunity to hide in a dark theatre for an hour and laugh til it hurts.” As the Sydney Comedy Festival approaches its 15 year anniversary Festival Director Jorge Menidis was emphatic with his statement above. Menidis doesn’t want to […]

Easter Treats

So if you haven’t realised yet we’re only a week away from Easter, and that means if you haven’t already got all of your gifts and food shopping completed or planned you’re probably in need of some ideas. Luckily for you, the team at City Hub have been scouring the city to find some of […]


By Mark Morellini Belinda Davids is the extraordinary South African singer who fronts the tribute show to Whitney Houston, one of the most revered singers of all time and idolised by millions around the world. Davids beat 15,000 hopefuls from 12 countries for the role and said that she was both scared and excited when […]

Westward Bound

Regional areas and the music lovers who live there are often deprived of opportunities to see live performances. Having grown up in Tullamore in western New South Wales Matt Clifton knows of this pain all too well and thus wanted to use his experiences and connections within the live music scene to rectify this situation. […]

Art’s Alive

As we celebrate Art Month in Sydney this month the City Hub has decided to highlight some of the wonderful, yet perhaps lesser known, art galleries and creative spaces throughout our fine city.  Whilst we all know the big boys in town, the Museum Of Contemporary Art Australia and the Art Gallery Of New South […]

I am Woman

By Rita Bratovich International Women’s Day (IWD) becomes more celebrated each year, with organisations across the globe hosting events, running campaigns, and creating initiatives aimed at attaining pay parity, equal opportunities, and improved social conditions for women. This year’s theme is Balance For Better (#BalanceforBetter) advancing the message that equal gender representation enriches work and […]

Sparkles & Spirit

By Rita Bratovich It’s the queer highlight of the year and an internationally recognised event that attracts thousands of tourists, and it will wind through the centre of Sydney like a glowing serpent for the 41st time this Saturday. The 2019 Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade will feature almost 200 floats, involve 12,500 […]