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Viv Rosman joins Darlinghurst Theatre Company As Executive Director

Darlinghurst Theatre Company has announce that Viv Rosman has been appointed as its new Executive Director. Viv is a highly-regarded arts executive with over 20 years’ experience in the cultural sector, including leadership roles in production companies, festivals and local government. Her appointment follows the recent announcement by the company’s founder Glenn Terry that he plans to leave the […]

Lee Kernaghan Celebrates 30 Years Of Hits

In the world of Australian country music the name Slim Dusty tops the list but there is one man following in Slim's footsteps & ticking of major milestones along the way. That man is none other than Lee Kernaghan, who is this year celebrating 30 years of hits with the release of his album, The […]

Ruby’s Summer Fiesta Returns

It's proved one of Sydney's most popular venues with its unique indoor/outdoor setting and splendid architectural design. Ruby's, in the Joynton Avenue Creative Centre at Zetland is one of the best places to hear a live band and experience a balmy Sydney February night. SIMA'S month long Summer Festival moves to the venue for a […]

First Nations Culture At The Australian Museum

This January, the Australian Museum is offering Sydneysiders the opportunity to reflect and connect with First Nations cultures through a series of special events, alongside the award-winning First Nations led exhibition, Unsettled.  Throughout January visitors to the museum will be able to take in free First Nations film screenings on January 26, guided tours of […]

Sydney Fringe Comes To The Rocks

Over the course of 10 nights Sydney Fringe Festival will bring a special run of over 100 shows to The Rocks under the Sydney Fringe Sideshow banner at the end of February & into early March. A new event, produced by Sydney Fringe, in collaboration with Placemaking NSW and the New South Wales Government CBD […]

Three World Class Singers To Make Australian Debut In ‘The Marriage Of Figaro’

Opera Australia has secured three of the world’s finest singers to make their Australian debuts in Sir David McVicar’s celebrated production of Mozart’s The Marriage Of Figaro at the Sydney Opera House this summer. A regular on the stage of Milan’s Teatro alla Scala and opera houses around Europe, impressive Italian baritone Mario Cassi will […]

The Wind In The Willows Reopens Today

Australia’s best-loved family entertainment The Wind In The Willows will re-open in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden this morning. The show was recently put on hold after many of the cast contracted COVID and were required to isolate. Now that everybody has recovered Mr Toad and his pals, Head Chief Rabbit, Ratty, Mole, Badger, Otter and Portly […]

New Gallery Brings Life to Inner Sydney

Beginning on Friday, January 28 a vibrant new Surry Hills gallery will present exhibitions, artist talk dinners, music and life drawing sessions each and every week. Guy Morgan, the well-known, award-winning local artist with multiple hangings in Australian art exhibitions including the Archibald Prize - opened his 531 Crown Street Gallery last year. Now that […]

Trans Lawyer Cassy Judy To Launch New Single In Kings Cross

Sydney’s Cassy Judy is a proud transgender woman, criminal lawyer, community activist and alt-folk musician who has been releasing songs from her forthcoming Seven Ways EP on her own label Queer Worm Records. Her next single, When The World Was Flat is set for a special hometown launch show to celebrate at the iconic El Rocco […]

Lord Gladstone Hotel to rebrand as a church

In response to the NSW State Governements COVID-19 restrictions & the subsequent hypocrisy shown by the flouting of rules by Hillsong's summer youth camp Chippendale's Lord Gladstone Hotel will become a church for one day only.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by HILLSONG YOUTH (@hillsongyouth) On January 23, The Lord […]