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Sydney’s New 91-Kilometre Walking Trail

Ever wanted to walk from the Sydney Opera House all the way to Parramatta whilst taking in the views of our iconic Sydney Harbour? Well if the NSW Government's $60 million Parramatta to Sydney Foreshore Link project goes ahead you will be able to do just that. The 91-kilometre walk will reimagine Sydney & Parramatta […]

Suzi Quatro Announces Enmore Theatre Concert

The Queen of Rock & Roll, Suzi Quatro, is coming to Sydney's Enmore Theatre for one night only on November 18. Hot off her sold out show at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where she received the best reviews of her entire career, Suzi is still at the peak of her powers. The upcoming tour in […]

The King is back in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis

There are few people in history with a name more recognisable than Elvis Presley. Known as the king of rock & roll Elvis' revolutionised both music & the idea of modern celebrity during his lifetime. While his story is well known Baz Luhrmann's new film, simply titled Elvis, looks to give Elvis' story a new, […]

Alanis Morissette Sydney Concert Cancelled

Canadian songstress Alanis Morissette has announced that her long awaited Jagged Little Pill concert in Sydney has been cancelled. The concert was originally scheduled to take place at Qudos Bank Arena on Nov 11. The concert was set to celebrate 25 years since the release of the iconic album from the which the tour took […]

Jimmy Carr Coming To Sydney’s State Theatre

Global comedy superstar Jimmy Carr has announced that he will be returning to Sydney for a performance at the iconic State Theatre in February 2023. Carr's new show, entitled Terribly Funny, contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things. Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love. But they’re just jokes […]

New Sydney Show Added To Michael Bublé Concert Tour

Following overwhelming demand Michael Bublé has added a new show in Sydney. The multi-award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling global superstar will now play two shows at Qudos Bank Arena in December. Bublé had previously announced a show for December 14 & will now add December 15 to his schedule. During this six city national tour, the sensational Canadian entertainer will […]

Sydney Film Festival Award Winners Announced

At the closing ceremony of the 69th Sydney Film Festival tonight a range of award winners were announced. Taking out the top gong was Close by Belgian filmmaker Lukas Dhont, a stunningly beautiful examination of boyhood friendship, the prestigious Sydney Film Prize. The winner of the $60,000 cash prize for ‘audacious, cutting-edge and courageous' film was […]

Anne Brontë’s ‘The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’ Opens This Week

Emerging Australian playwright Emme Hoy will make her main stage debut at Sydney Theatre Company this week with her whip-smart, contemporary adaptation of Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall at the Roslyn Packer Theatre. Directed by STC’s Resident Director Jessica Arthur (Grand Horizons, Wonnangatta), The Tenant of Wildfell Hall follows the story of Helen Graham […]

Inner West locals & new communities come together to celebrate Refugee Week

The Community Refugee Welcome Centre in Callan Park, Lilyfield, will celebrate World Refugee Day on Sunday, June 19, through its family-friendly event Spirit Of Welcome. Marking Refugee Week 2022, Spirit Of Welcome is a full-day public program of activities led by newly arrived artists. The day will feature live music, dance, film screenings, creative workshops, arts and […]

Siobhan Cotchin reveals her Top 5 ‘Growing Pains’ as an artist

For 21-year-old artist Siobhan Cotchin from Perth the creation & release of her latest single Growing Pains provided an opportunity to reflect on her life so far. During this period of reflection Cotchin came realised she has encountered a number of growing pains as both a person & as an artist. Below Cotchin explains to City Hub her top […]