OLD MAN

Phillip Parsons Young Playwright Award winner Matthew Whittet had one main question in mind writing Old Man: how do you become a father if … Read more

BASEMENT HAUS U R: new works added to Kaldor Collection

If you thought you’d wrapped your head around the expansive collection in the AGNSW contemporary galleries, think again. In June, the space is getting a … Read more

30 DAYS & 30 NIGHTS AT FRASER STUDIOS

Since 2008, FraserStudios has been nestled amongst the cranes of Broadway, quietly housing artists, creatives, and the odd party. Sadly, however, as the adage goes, … Read more

A CAUTIONARY TAIL

It’s a long journey from a film’s conception to the silver screen. These days, more and more artists are turning to online creative communities to … Read more

THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA

While Harry Potter die-hards may still be mourning the recent closure of the Powerhouse Museum’s high-profile exhibition, the movie-inspired magic is far from over. The … Read more

MISS BURLESQUE AUSTRALIA 2012

Entering its third titillating year, the Miss Burlesque Australia competition is gearing up for its night of nights – the grand final. Winners from the … Read more

MY IMAGINARY FAMILY

Graheme Bond has been on Australia’s entertainment scene for longer than I’ve been alive. He’s a veteran of local television, appearing on ABC’s popular Aunty … Read more

DIMENSION CROSSING

“EnTrance utilises a thrilling mix of art forms and performance styles”, says Performance Space co-director Jeff Khan of the show, which premiers on April … Read more

NEVER NOT FUNNY

“Never Not Funny will be a unique experience for Sydney punters,” says producer Michael Brown of Campfire Collective, the team who have brought arts … Read more

JAPANESE CINEMA WEEK

April 16 sees the launch of the latest initiative from the somewhat under-the-radar Japan Foundation – Japanese Cinema Week. Catering to both children, with … Read more