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Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive is a multi-sensory experience that has marvelled millions of people around the world. The exhibition is an immersive window into the world of Van Gogh’s paintings, and will be running for a limited COVID-safe season in Sydney. The Royal Hall Of Industries at Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park will soon be […]

Amy Montgomery

Amy Montgomery, an upcoming Irish artist has spent the past few months of the pandemic putting the final touches on her latest EP, with the first track, Intangible streaming now. Having been compared to the likes of Alanis Morrisette and Janis Joplin with a modern twist, Amy’s newest 90s influenced alternative-rock music sends a powerful […]

Pandemic Pets

By Rida Babar With pets being an unspoken part of the Australian identity, it is no surprise that a bill has been forward by the Animal Justice Party (AJP), which stated that bylaws in strata schemes which prohibit animals should be removed. While there are not a number of details released about the bill at […]

Ex-Periment – A Festival Of Sound

This Saturday Sydney Underground Steaming Sessions (SUSS) is presenting Ex-Periment – A Festival of Sound. SUSS is Sydney’s newest live streaming platform dedicated to presenting Sydney music to Sydney and beyond during COVID. Since it’s launch in July SUSS has played host to a wealth of Sydney talent including Dog Trumpet, White Knuckle Fever, the Loud […]

A Bumper Final Week At Global Fringe

The word on the street is that Sydney’s leading proponents of culturally, financially and physically accessible theatre – Black Birds – are the word on the street. They’re midway through a mini season of live, in-person and COVID-safe performances at the Old 505 Theatre in Newtown. Rounding out this year’s inaugural Global Fringe live shows […]

The Kweens Of Comedy

Comedian and community leader AJ Lamarque has launched The Kweens Of Comedy show, boasting a line-up of Sydney’s best rising comedians and giving a platform to talented performers who have been out of work due to COVID-19. The three-part season includes new sketches, stories, and skits with over 20 local comedians, writers, and creatives including […]

Actors Centre Australia Opens Applications For 2021 Enrolments

Actors Centre Australia (ACA) have opened applications for their flagship Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen) 2021 intake. Applicants have until Friday, Oct 30 to submit for the prestigious three-year Degree Program, accredited by Torrens University Australia and delivered in partnership with ACA. Students of ACA’s Degree Program will follow in the footsteps of […]

Theresa Hunt And Kerryn Levy – Landskein

While we're all currently occupied with dealing with the COVID-19 threat and lockdown it's easy to forget that this year began with one of the most devastating bushfires seasons on record. An upcoming exhibition of paintings and ceramic pieces at Curatorial+Co will look to remind us of the bushfire season and attempt to find the […]

Sunship Balloon – Everywhen

Sunship Balloon, also known as Daniel Haggis and Tord Øverland Knudsen, are an eclectic upcoming band at the heart of the alternative pop scene are soon to release the entirety of their debut album, Everywhen. I was given the opportunity to listen to the album early and was bopping my head along to every track, with 1224 […]

Becky

Becky is a horror film which showcases starring actor Kevin James’ attempt at a breakout from his usual comedic genre to Dominick, the leader of a group of escaped prisoners, the kind with Swastikas tattooed on the back of their heads. Lulu Wilson’s character Becky, the angsty star of the film, relayed an overused and […]