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Much Ado – REVIEW

By Lucinda Garbutt-Young For Shakespeare lovers and newcomers alike, Much Ado at Marrickville’s Flight Path Theatre is set to make you content with laughter. The show, which has been adapted by lead actor and executive producer, Hal Jones from Shakespeare’s script, features the quick wit of the original in a contemporary setting. Walking into the […]

Where to use your Dine & Discover Vouchers before they expire

By Marcus Haar We’re already halfway through the year? It practically just begun! As we approach the end of June, this also means the NSW Dine & Discover Vouchers are about to expire. So allow us to provide a few suggestions for where you can quickly spend any unused government cash. Discover Vouchers If you’re […]

The Sweet Science of Bruising

In an exciting co-production, Theatre Travels and One Good Act presents a new mounting of Joy Wilkinson’s The Sweet Science of Bruising this June and July in Marrickville’s Flightpath Theatre. Wilkinson’s play about four disparate women whose worlds intersect in the boxing ring is as thrilling as it is thought-provoking. Set in London smack in […]

Marrickville’s Flight Path Theatre To Host New Arts Festival

Everything But The Kitchen Sink Fest is Sydney’s newest arts festival and the first and only dedicated theatre festival made for Sydney’s inner west. It is a five day extravaganza centred around four shows created by some of the most exciting new voices on the Sydney stage, all performed each night as a series of triple […]

Newtown Jets: Beer, Footy and Food festival returns after two-year dry spell

By DANIEL LO SURDO The Beer, Footy and Food Festival returned to Henson Park in Marrickville on Saturday after a two-year dry spell, with the hometown Newtown Jets prevailing over the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles. The festival returned to Henson Park after a two-year absence, with thousands revelling in the rugby league while also enjoying […]

Man killed in Inner West motorcycle crash

By DANIEL LO SURDO A 34-year-old man has been killed after his motorcycle lost control and crashed in Marrickville on Saturday evening. Emergency services were called to Wardell Road in Marrickville at about 5:10pm on Saturday after reports that a man had lost control of his motorcycle and crashed. Paramedics treated the man, who died […]

Taking it to the Streets – Osmond Chiu

By MARK MORDUE It was International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on Monday. Down at what’s affectionately known as Addi Road in Marrickville, a community is weaving itself together, celebrating the day despite a drizzly early morning start in Sydney. People are everywhere, enjoying a playful photoshoot that puns off ‘Addi Road meets […]

Baby et Lulu (Abby Dobson & Lara Goodridge) To Play Camelot Lounge Concert

BY SWAGATA ROY After nearly two years, ARIA-nominated ‘faux French’ duo Baby et Lulu has finally been able to release their third album, Album Trois. This new record features several original music compositions. Baby et Lulu hit the road on their Album Trois tour around Australia in February 2022, playing 11 dates in locations all over the country […]

Albanese’s $2.5 million pledge for Henson Park ‘majorly important’ for Inner West

By SEJA AL ZAIDI Marrickville’s Henson Park is set to receive a significant $2.5 million in funding if Labor wins the federal election this year. Anthony Albanese, the Leader of the Opposition and Member for Grayndler, has committed $2.5 million to bolster the Henson Park precinct and its broadcasting capacities.  The Greater Western Sydney Giants […]

Sydney Rock ‘N’ Roll & Alternative Festival Returns To Marrickville

By Amber Griffin If you love music and being in the centre of all the action then Marrickville is where you’ll want to be on Sunday, March 20. On its ten-year anniversary, the Sydney Rock ‘N’ Roll & Alternative Festival continues to capture the heart of Sydney’s alternative culture and live music scene. Situated at […]