Featured Arts & Entertainment

Izzard Of Oz

By Rita Bratovich Eddie Izzard believes there is a universal sense of humour and the same joke is funny in any language. He should know; on his last tour he visited 45 countries and presented his show in French, German, Spanish, and English - and every audience laughed. Izzard says it comes down to the subject […]

Mardi Gras 2019

By Rita Bratovich Mardi Gras celebrated a milestone birthday last year and the party was huge. For this year’s festival Creative Director, Greg Clarke, wanted a theme that would propel the organisation into its fifth decade with gusto, hence, “Fearless”.  “We really wanted a theme this year to come off the back of the 40th. […]

The Year Of The Pig

On February 5 another round of New Year celebrations will commence throughout the city, this time we’ll be celebrating the beginning of the Lunar New Year and the arrival of the Year Of The Pig, which represents carefree fun, good fortune and wealth. As a truly multicultural community, Sydney will turn red and come to […]

Australia Day Celebrations

The debate around the appropriateness of celebrating Australia Day on January 26 will continue to rage until an official change is made. Until that occurs though Sydney has a plethora of opportunities to celebrate all of the various cultures and communities which make not only our country but our city so wonderful. City Hub has […]

Fitness Fresh Start

By Jamie Apps Every year local gyms see a surge in attendance during the early part of January as people look to begin their new year’s resolutions. Since we’re now over two weeks into the year though the uncommitted have already begun dropping off, and since many of us have just returned to work there […]

Sydney Festival 2019

By Rita Bratovich Barely have the embers of Sydney's New Year celebrations burnt out and the city is getting ready to light up again with its favourite summer party - Sydney Festival. Since 1977, the festival has been devoted to providing diverse indoor and outdoor entertainment for a wide and varied crowd. "An inherent part […]

FLICKERFEST – 28TH INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

By Mark Morellini This annual cinematic event celebrates 28 years, having screened and promoted some of the world’s best shorts to enthusiastic audiences on the big screen, also inspiring creativity and opening influential doors to filmmakers worldwide. “This year we’ve had 2700 entries from over 100 countries which is an increase from last year and […]

Nifty New Year

As yet another year rapidly runs away from us it’s time to begin planning how we’re going to ring in 2019. Luckily for our readers the team at the City Hub have done all of the hard work for you and found some of the best New Year’s Eve (NYE) events from all around town. […]

Fair Dinkum Aussie Festival

“You’re not a fully fledged, fair dinkum Aussie until you’ve been to the Tamworth Country Music Festival at least once.” The above statement by Australian country music legend Lee Kernaghan reflects just how important he views this ever growing festival to be, not just for country music but for Australian culture as a whole. Tamworth […]

Christmas Countdown

If like many of us here at City Hub you’ve left your Christmas gift shopping to the very last minute we’ve got you covered with our 2018 list of gift and celebration ideas. With so many great local offerings available this year you will be able to find that truely special and heartfelt gift that […]