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Titus O’Reily – Better Living Through Sport

He’s Australia’s most popular sports satirist and has appeared on The Project, ABC’s News Breakfast and Melbourne’s NOVA FM. This year, comedian Titus O’Reily is taking his newest stand-up show Better Living Through Sport on a national tour following a sell-out season at the Melbourne Comedy Festival. Titus will reach Sydney this Friday performing at the […]


In a world where a reborn nationalism is very much to the forefront throughout the political landscape, the recent election of a TV comic in Ukraine probably came as no surprise. That Volodymyr Zelensky won by a landslide, with 73% of the vote, says a lot for the average voter’s disillusionment with modern-day politics and […]

Why your preferences matter

BY MERRILL WITT Proportional representation in the NSW Legislative Council or Upper House ensures that seats are allocated to minor parties, and optional preferential voting all but guarantees its motley makeup. But is the election of candidates from minor parties a true reflection of the democratic will of the voters given that a few MPs […]

Kitty Flanagan – Smashing

One of Australia’s most beloved comedians, Kitty Flanagan is bringing back her hit show, Smashing for an encore performance at the Sydney Opera House in association with A-List Entertainment. Bouncing from algorithms to chimps to sex and love, Flanagan teaches Australian audiences why the only verb required in your vocabulary is “smashing.” With sold-out shows […]