Arts & Entertainment

REVIEW: Deadhouse – Tales Of Sydney Morgue

Returning to Sydney for a second season, Deadhouse: Tales From Sydney Morgue, will be taking audiences into the depths of the crypt beneath St James’ Church in Sydney. A true-crime, immersive theatre experience, audiences are led right down into the crypt itself. Splitting the season in two, the true story of Louisa Collins will be […]

Retro Horror: Supernatural And The Occult In Postwar Japanese Manga

Over the last few years, anime and manga have become increasingly popular sources of inspiration for Halloween costumes. Most often you’ll see people dressed as their favourite Dragon Ball Z, My Hero Academia, One Punch Man, Death Note or Sailor Moon characters. However, the Japanese art forms of anime and manga have long histories of […]

Ready Or Not

Ready Or Not is a satire/ horror film starring our very own Samara Weaving who plays a newlywed bride, Grace, and has just married into a very wealthy and very ‘fucked-up’ family. The Le Domas family. What ensues is a game of hide and seek which becomes a hunt with the Le Domas family fully armed and […]

White Pearl

You won’t want to miss the Australian premiere of Anchuli Felicia King’s play White Pearl, presented by National Theatre Of Parramatta and Sydney Theatre Company at Riverside Theatres. King's play puts a razor-sharp focus on corporate culture, racism and pan-Asian relations. She said, “Around the time I started writing this play in 2016, a bunch […]


In a city where live music has taken a real beating over the past decade or so, one suburb is defying the trend with a string of venues far outnumbering what other precincts have to offer. Whereas areas such as the Sydney CBD and Kings Cross once boasted numerous live music venues, it’s Marrickville that […]

Dylan Moran – Dr Cosmos

Perhaps best known for his roles in Black Books and Shaun Of The Dead Irish comedian Dylan Moran is set to bring his acclaimed stand-up show, Dr Cosmos, to Sydney from this coming Tuesday. When asked about the inspirations behind Dr Cosmos Moran told City Hub, “we live in an age of quick-fix merchants or […]

Obscura Hail – Zero

Melbourne’s Obscura Hail is set to release its latest EP Zero tomorrow. Although the EP consists of only five songs, each piece experiments with more diverse instrumentation and is strong enough to stand on its own.  Obscura Hail’s latest work deals with the heavy themes of memory loss and death while showcasing the band’s strong […]

Casula Powerhouse 25th Anniversary

Regarded as perhaps Sydney’s most remarkable and interesting art centres the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) is in the midst of celebrating the 25 year anniversary of doors opening for the first time. As part of these celebrations, the venue at the heart of Western Sydney’s cutting edge arts and culture will be unveiling a […]


People who can relate to the cultural references in this film may get a handful of laughs - they may even have moments of empathy - but for the most part, and for most people, this will be one long cringe. Set in an Australian suburb in the 1970s, the story revolves around two Italian […]

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 […]