Singin’ in the Rain made a splash on the Sydney stage earlier this month, abruptly instating itself as a must see.
In the role made … Read more
Arguably the most anticipated exhibition to hit Sydney of late, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection does not disappoint.… Read more
Hot on the heels of a critically celebrated whirlwind national tour and a slew of Helpmann Award nominations, Little Shop of Horrors returns to Sydney, … Read more
From the moment you enter the room – luxe white decorations shrouding the space and blanketing it in a glamorous wintry mystique, a friendly waitperson … Read more
Fears for the development of Australia’s cultural heritage have been heightened as Sydney’s art education institutions begin to be merged and streamlined.
Sydney University will … Read more
The world’s biggest touring drag stars are on their way to Australia.
With an all-star cast of previous winners, finalists and fan favourites from all … Read more
The Flipside of Flamboyance is a defiantly queer film coming to a screen near you.
Developed by local independent filmmaker Barbara Karpinski, the documentary explores … Read more
Many may blame the rise of the hipster for the sudden prominence of ‘artisan’ goods overtaking our marketplaces. From endless taps of craft beers sprouting … Read more
Neglected Musicals are proud to bring Neil Gooding’s 1983 Tony nominated show Baby to the Hayes Theatre.
Telling the story of three couples, each newly … Read more
For the past six years Treehouse Theatre have been bringing young refugees to the centre stage to share their own stories of horror and joy, … Read more