Arts & Entertainment

Mariah Carey – Merry Christmas (Deluxe Anniversary Edition)

Nearly everyone can agree that Mariah Carey’s music has become a staple of Christmas, especially All I Want For Christmas Is You, but this year Carey is kicking it up a notch by releasing her album Merry Christmas (Deluxe Anniversary Edition).  The deluxe version of the album includes two-discs featuring previously unreleased recordings and bonus content.  […]

Knives Out

This is a deliciously witty, star-choked satire that takes the classic Agatha Christie formula and stirs in some absurdity and loads of fun. Rian Johnson wrote and directed the film and an impeccable cast brings it to life around a death. Although it’s being touted as a whodunnit, that mystery is answered midway (although there […]

Sam I Am

After getting in touch via mutual friends and then meeting over a coffee, Sam Martin and Dan Graham established that they both had a common goal: to see disabilities represented accurately in the arts. From this sparked their journey toward Sam I Am – a powerful autographical account of Sam discovering his identity as a […]

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir

Christmas is peak season for choirs and, with a fairly fixed catalogue of tunes, it’s hard for any one group to stand out from the rest. The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir (SGLC) however, has managed to distinguish itself, not only through its diverse make-up but also its broad and varied repertoire. The choir is […]

REVIEW: Kasama Kita

An intimate exploration of immigration and identity, Kasama Kita unfolds as a drama of family, immigration and the inescapable ties of both. Written by Jordan Shea and fluidly directed by Erin Taylor, this is a heartfelt tribute to the experiences of Filipinos who came to Australia for opportunities and discovered more than they expected. Nancy, her […]

War Horse

The National Theatre of Great Britain’s Olivier and Tony-Award winning production of War Horse returns to Sydney and audiences should be enchanted by this uniquely spectacular piece of theatre which has won more than 25 international awards. This story about friendship, love, loyalty, family and trust surrounds a young man’s quest to find his horse […]

War Horse – Full Interview With Matthew Forbes (Associate Puppetry Director)

By Mark Morellini Matthew Forbes is the Associate Puppetry Director of War Horse, the incredible show which audiences all around the world have fallen in love with. In this interview, Forbes explains in depth all that happens behind the scenes and the wizardry of the puppeteers who make this the must-see show of the year! […]

REVIEW: Little Miss Sunshine

Two words aptly describe the Sydney premiere production of Little Miss Sunshine which is based on the 2006 smash hit film by the same name – absolutely delightful!! The story follows the journey of an extremely dysfunctional yet strangely inspirational family as they embark on a long road trip from New Mexico to California. The […]

REVIEW: School Of Rock – The Musical

Andrew Lloyd Webber brings his take on the modern classic Jack Black comedy movie, School Of Rock, to Sydney’s Capitol Theatre. Sticking almost beat for beat to the plot of the film School Of Rock - The Musical is a rollicking good time for audiences young and old. Whilst the show takes a little while […]

The Screwing Of Slyfox

By Madison Behringer. SLYFOX nightclub has been a permanent fixture in Sydney’s late-night music and club scene for over 20 years, nestled on Enmore Road in Sydney’s Inner West. Since 1998, SLYFOX has been operating as a 24-hour venue, giving locals a spot to go once the pubs and other bars close. Since opening, SLYFOX […]