Arts & Entertainment

Bell Shakespeare Debates

What a fantastic opportunity is being offered to listen to interesting Australian figures such as Jane Caro and Peter FitzSimons discuss the relevance of Shakespeare’s plays to the contemporary world. John Bell founded Bell Shakespeare 30 years ago, and must be thrilled he has introduced “The Bard” to so many who must have thought that […]

While There’s Space Between Us

It is no secret that Sydney's creative arts sector has been hit hard by COVID-19 and the subsequent restrictions on public gatherings. So it really should come as no surprise that a new photography exhibition has taken inspiration from this current moment in world history. While There's Space Between Us is a photographic series by Sydney artist, […]

Genesian Theatre Finds New Home

The Genesian Theatre Company has recently announced that they will be changing locations from their iconic home of 65 years at Kent Street. The new home of the beloved theatre will be ‘one stop over the Anzac Bridge’, with a brand new theatre space in the parish hall of St Joseph’s, Rozelle by mid 2021. […]

The Secrets We Keep

What’s the likelihood that a Nazi who committed war crimes against a woman in another country 15 years earlier ends up living just two blocks away from her? That’s the chilling synopsis of this thriller, the intrigue accelerated when her obsession leads to her stalking then abducting the accused with the intention of killing him. […]

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 […]

THE NAKED CITY: THE MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR – SYDNEY 2000

It’s the 20th anniversary of the Sydney Olympics and we have all been encouraged to reflect on this historic event with pride and admiration – not only for the sporting achievements but for the way our city welcomed thousands of visitors from overseas. There are lots of feel good stories like the success of athlete […]

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 […]