Sydney’s cabaret lovers, jazz aficionados and ‘little sparrow’ fanatics were offered a rare treat when Nikki Nouveau brought her Edith Piaf tribute to The Basement. … Read more
Simone Rosenbauer’s latest unconventional photography collection is a tribute to the vibrancy and colour of summer – with further existential themes to be read into … Read more
The Green Left Weekly’s annual comedy night is an evening of bold laughter and bolder jokes as a cross section of the people who make … Read more
In her latest collection, artist Amy Ellen Schleif continues to push the conceptual and physical limits of her glasswork practice. Originally from Michigan in the … Read more
Edith Piaf is widely recognised as one of France’s greatest international stars and her music is still celebrated globally, decades after her untimely death in … Read more
King Street Theatre’s school holiday program launches into full-fledged silliness as The Nitwits return to Newtown with their new show, Fractured Fairytales.
Forget what … Read more
A well-rounded and incredibly human documentary which tells the tale of how a man dressed as a “giant cartoon woman” would become an unlikely leading … Read more
It may have been a gamble when the Rockdale Musical Society decided on producing this lesser known musical, but thanks to a delightful story, a … Read more
This festival marks the most significant showcase of Indian arts and culture to ever be staged in Australia.
Occurring over two months in several cities … Read more
This exhibition of artworks on show at the Kings Cross Neighbourhood Centre showcases the artistic talents and hidden depths of a marginalised community.
All of … Read more