Featured Arts & Entertainment


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 […]

Good Things Are Coming

As summer approaches, so too does music festival season. The Australian music festival season is littered with a diverse array of options for fans of all but one genre, that being punk-rock/heavy metal. This gaping hole in the market was created following the collapse of Soundwave Festival in 2015, thankfully for Sydney’s punks and metal-heads […]

Comedy’s New Frontier

Comedy has always been an artistic medium which has pushed boundaries, but never more so than it does today. In December two of the worlds leading comics, American Brad Williams and Australian Jim Jefferies, are bringing their raunchy, no-holds-barred and brutally biting shows to Sydney thanks to Frontier Touring’s comedy arm. Jim Jefferies began his […]

A New Generation Of Laughter

With comedy festivals continuing to multiply and grow in size City Hub spoke to two of the world’s leading comics, America’s Iliza Shlesinger and Australia’s own Tommy Little, to gain a greater understanding of the contributing factors behind the phenomenon. Unexpectedly both comics had two very different opinions on the matter. According to Shlesinger the […]

Newtown Festival Turns 40

Not too many community events stand the test of time as long as the Newtown Festival, which celebrates it’s 40th Anniversary this Sunday. The festival has become a staple in the yearly entertainment calendar for not only Newtown but Sydney at large. Acting as the primary fundraiser for the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre (NNC), the Festival […]

Creating Community

By Riley Hooper Located in the vibrant Marrickville, an important area for the creative scene, is Hypmotive hub, a place for customers and artists alike to shop, meet and hang out. Owner Renee Russo broke down Hypmotive hub explaining “Hypmotive is a creative platform where we service the creative community by providing them with an […]

Marrickville Masters

By Jamie Apps As Sydney’s population continues to grow and the city expands exponentially we have more and more options for entertainment, shopping, fitness and arts. Marrickville is one suburb which has always been at the forefront though, check out some of the best and brightest here. Inner Space Yoga Due to the hustle and […]