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The War With Grandpa

In this day and age we've all come across a spoiled millennial who simply has to have everything go their own way. This star studded, child friendly comedy explores this notion as Peter (Oakes Fegley) goes to war with his grandpa Ed (Robert De Niro) after the later is forced to move into the youngster's […]

Samantha Jade

Over the course of 2020 we have all dealt with challenges and perhaps learned a little about ourselves. For ARIA award winning singer and X Factor winner Samantha Jade she learned just how crucial her friendships were to her emotional and mental wellbeing. This year Jade has released two singles, Back 2 Back and New […]

Looped Festival

As we all become more aware of our impact on the environment there has been a desire by many to reduce our individual wastage and lessen our own contributions to landfill. This weekend an innovative new festival event will look to connect the environmentally conscious members of society with the change-makers who are shaking up […]

REVIEW: Iphigenia In Splott

Iphigenia In Splott set a dark tone from the get-go, confronting the audience with the main character launching directly into a sarcastic monologue. The whole way through, Meg Clarke keeps audiences at the edge of their seats wondering whether they should laugh or cry. The minimalistic background and darkly lit stage provides a keen insight […]

Azure Ryder

Earlier this year 20 year old artist Azure Ryder came storming onto the Australian, and global, music scene with her stunning debut EP Running With The Wolves. Tomorrow she will begin "chapter two" of her journey with the release of her follow up EP, Crazy With The Light, ahead of two debut live shows in […]

The Fallen Robins

As live music slowly returns venues such as Marrickville's Django Bar are playing an increasingly important  role. Particularly for up and coming local bands such as The Fallen Robins, who would typically be busy on the folk music festival circuit all around the country. As Charlotte Thompson explained to City Hub she and her sisters, […]

Crocodylus

COVID restrictions have impacted every artist in a multitude of different ways. For Sydney band Crocodylus these impacts have been simultaneously "devastating" and "really productive" according to drummer Mikel Salvador. At the beginning of the year Crocodylus were off to a red hot start as they were riding the wave of momentum generated by their European […]

Always Was, Always Will Be

While 2020 has been an unprecedented year filled with changes and upheaval some traditions will endure in the face off all adversity. One such event is NAIDOC Week, which acknowledges the history, culture, achievements and importance of our couontry's Indigenous community. This year the theme for NAIDOC Week is Always Was, Always Will Be in […]

Hedwig And The Angry Inch

Newtown's Enmore Theatre is set to reopen January with a show headlined by multi-award winning actor Hugh Sheridan. Hedwig And The Angry Inch is a rock musical ride like no other. It’s unlikely hero, a slip of a girly boy from East Berlin who was subjected to a botched sex change to flee to the […]

Luke Close: Perspective at Boomalli

Obviously during NAIDOC week Aboriginal and Indigenous art is at the forefront of our minds. Luckily for residents of Sydney's inner west we don't have to travel too far to see some of this fantastic art thanks to the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative in Leichhardt. Throughout the rest of November Boomalli will be hosting a […]