Don’t let the title of this film fool you – really, don’t. This is an unpolished gem of independent Australian cinema.
On an unassuming day … Read more
An evocative clash of iconic cultural imagery. Daniel Mudie Cunningham takes an unexpectedly queer approach to recalling the Cronulla Riots, a decade on from the … Read more
I must confess, the footy has never really been my cup of tea. The world of professional Australian football has always remained on my periphery, … Read more
This Thursday, Sydney-siders are invited to set loose on the dance floor for an important cause. Organised by the CorriLee Foundation, Dancing For Dignity will … Read more
With the school holidays and Youth Week both about to launch, many people will be looking to keep themselves and/or their children entertained. Scratch your … Read more
The practice of romantic landscape painting finds a modern and inherently revolutionary purpose in this new series by awarded Australian artist Jason Benjamin.
Presented by … Read more
As a child, John saw his brother die. His other brother saw it too, but remembers things quite differently. They are forced to dredge up … Read more
This new play cuts to the core of society’s often-fetishized relationship with suicide. Unlike many plays before it, The Big Bruise goes beyond using suicide … Read more
This production is quite arguably flawless.
I consider myself a musical theatre fanatic, but the fact that I didn’t know much about The Fiddler on … Read more
One of the world’s most loved musicals, Fiddler on the Roof has been entertaining audiences for more than 50 years. Sydney welcomes a brand new … Read more