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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 […]

Ghost town’s revival plans

By ALLISON HORE Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter is set for a face-lift, which developers say will “breathe new life into a ‘tired’ and ‘forgotten’ part of Sydney” and revitalise the precinct, which many think is like a ghost town. Late last month leaseholders of the Entertainment Quarter, Carsingha Investments, made an unsolicited development proposal to […]

Real Bodies: The Exhibition

Where do we come from? What are we made of? Why are we here? These are the biggest questions we as human beings have every single day. Imagine Exhibitions, the producers of the recent Titanic: The Exhibition, have once again put together a stunning and thought-provoking exhibition with Real Bodies: The Exhibition. Real Bodies: The […]

Cam Knight – 100 per center

After a successful season at the Sydney Comedy Festival, Cam Knight is back by popular demand for one more encore show. The comedian will be discussing everything from religion to fatherhood. “We went to Thailand and I’d just had my Buddhist fortune told as a bit of a joke, like one of those things you […]

Band Of Skulls

As one third of UK rock outfit Band Of Skulls, Russell Marsden has met a fair share of his own heroes and many outright musical legends. “The ones that seem to have had the biggest amount of success seem to be the ones that give the most to the cause,” Marsden says. “Our most recent […]


It's been a big year for Sean Anderson aka Big Sean, "You know I got my first house, I bought my parents a house. It's cool." He pauses before adding, “At the same time I feel like I am at the beginning of my life and my career.” With two studios albums and a string […]


Under the bright lights of the big top in the Entertainment Quarter, a simple stage is adorned with different styles of small wooden horses. Some are children’s rocking horses, some are simply models, suddenly two magnificent horses gallop across the 50 metre stage and weave their way around their tiny counterparts at high speed, wild […]


For the best part of a decade, the world’s largest touring tent has hosted the magical world of Cavalia. Largely referred to as a horse ballet it is actually a unique performance that marries the equestrian arts with stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects never before seen. Creator, Artistic Director and Cirque du Soleil co-founder […]